Comair, Delta Air Lines' Regional subsidiary, announced Thursday it will cut 250-650 more jobs as part of its effort to reduce costs by $70 million in support of the parent company's emergence from Chapter 11. Comair announced 350 layoffs at its Cincinnati hub five weeks ago. A company spokesman told ATWOnline yesterday that the airline will examine the impact of a planned December reduction in fleet size and traffic before deciding how many layoffs will be required. Those cuts likely will ...

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