Comair pilots represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn. ratified a four-year contract after months of wrangling with management over pay and benefit concessions (ATWOnline, Feb. 14). The new contract is expected to save the airline $40 million and will cut pilot salaries 7.75%-13%. Some 68% voted in favor of the deal, which also included an $82.5 million bankruptcy claim the pilots recently sold. J.C. Lawson, chairman of Comair's ALPA unit, said the pact represented a vote for "the better of ...

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