Comair asked the US Bankruptcy Court again to void its labor contract with 1,100 flight attendants following a breakdown in negotiations over a new agreement. The Cincinnati-based Regional, a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, is seeking $8.9 million in annual concessions from the flight attendants and sought court permission in April to cancel the contract. That request was rejected by the court, which concluded that Comair had failed to offer flight attendants a "fair and equitable" contract ...

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