Comair pilots voted to authorize a strike if a US Bankruptcy Court judge rejects their contract. The pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., said they should not have to make additional concessions because the company is projected to earn a $50 million profit this year. Comair, a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, filed for bankruptcy along with its parent in September 2005. "Make no mistake, the pilots will not tolerate company-imposed pay and work conditions," MEC ...

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