Delta Air Lines pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., agreed to $280-$290 million in annual concessions, including a 14% pay cut, in the tentative labor agreement reached on Friday (ATWOnline, April 17), according to The Wall Street Journal. Delta was seeking approximately $315 million in givebacks. The pilots' Master Executive Council said it would review the deal this week and decide whether or not to submit it to union members for a vote.
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