Comair pilots were back at the bargaining table yesterday in yet another effort to forestall the imposition of some $15.8 million in proposed wage and benefit cuts. Comair officials reportedly were reviewing the latest proposal from the pilots and had extended the deadline for imposing the cuts until after midnight last night. A bankruptcy court judge ruled Feb. 7 that the pilots, who are represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., were forbidden to strike or take other job actions against ...

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