Unionized employees at Mesaba Airlines, including pilots, flight attendants and mechanics, are protesting the bankrupt company's proposal to reward its management team with some $2.2 million in bonuses. The carrier filed a motion in bankruptcy court seeking permission to pay bonuses worth up to 60% of executive base pay and to issue stock appreciation rights to top officers and directors. Mesaba, which filed for Chapter 11 protection in October, operates as a Regional codeshare partner of ...

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