The Assn. of Flight Attendants representing 7,000 Delta Air Lines flight attendants who formerly worked for Northwest Airlines filed a lawsuit against DL last week, claiming that DL is not following many of the rules outlined in AFA's collective bargaining agreement with NWA, according to multiple news reports. DL said the lawsuit has "no merit." DL and NWA merged in 2008 and have been operating under a single operating certificate since Jan. 1, but only the cabin crew from ...

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