Comair's request to cancel its labor contract with 1,100 flight attendants was rejected Wednesday by the US Bankruptcy Court, which ordered the carrier to resume negotiations with cabin staff represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The Cincinnati-based Regional, a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, is seeking $8.9 million in annual concessions. Judge Adlai Hardin wrote in his decision that "true negotiation necessarily requires compromise" but that Comair did not attempt to ...

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