Pilots at Comair, a Regional subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, narrowly approved a measure last week designed to save the carrier $17.3 million annually. Represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., Comair pilots voted 50.57% in favor of an agreement that reduces pay and retirement benefits and extends the pilot contract for four years. The deal is subject to approval by the US Bankruptcy Court. Last October, Comair announced plans to lower costs by up to $70 million to aid Delta's emergence from ...

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