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DOT: US airlines' workforce down 0.4% in October
US Dept. of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics reported that US airlines employed 0.4% fewer workers in October compared to the same month last year. BTS said five network carriers (American Airlines, US Airways, Alaska Airlines, Continental Airlines and United Airlines) decreased employment. The sixth network carrier, Delta Air Lines, reported 1% more workers in October than the combined totals of the former DL and Northwest Airlines in October 2009, according to the report.