Delta Air Lines' pilots may consider a vote to strike the carrier if the bankruptcy court agrees to the company's request to impose a new agreement on the workforce. The pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., provided $1 billion in givebacks last year, but after Delta filed for Chapter 11 in September it asked for a further $325 million in concessions. "It is our contention that if they start imposing their terms we will start defending the contract," ALPA spokesperson John Culp ...

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