Delta Connection carrier Comair yesterday asked a US Bankruptcy Court to allow it to impose pay concessions if it fails to reach agreement with its 1,500 pilots on cost cuts. The bankrupt Regional is seeking $15.8 million in annual savings from pilots. Company officials said they would prefer a consensual agreement to a court-imposed wage and benefit schedule and hope to continue negotiations with the pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn. "I am disappointed that Comair management ...

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