Continental Airlines yesterday warned that if its unions do not ratify the new tentative agreements reached last month (ATWOnline, March 1) by March 30, it will be forced to take a number of actions, including increasing the size of the pay and benefit reductions it is seeking, subleasing or selling some aircraft, furloughing a number of employees and canceling future aircraft orders. The carrier said it would have to increase the size of the pay and benefit reductions from $500 million to ...

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