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Company Watch - Delta Air Lines.

Comair may not void attendants' contract, judge says. A bankruptcy judge ruled Wednesday Delta Air Lines' Comair unit may not void its flight attendants' contract. Company officials said they are considering the airline's next move and noted Delta is also weighing the possibility of selling Comair. Apr 27, 2006

Delta Air Lines is expanding its self-service check-in kiosks to international services, equipping more than 1,000 kiosks at US airports with passport readers. The carrier said all US kiosks will be upgraded by year end to handle international check-ins. Self-service check-ins for domestic Delta flights rose 10% last year, with 28 million passengers using the machines to obtain boarding passes. Apr 26, 2006

Delta builds up international flying. Delta Air Lines is quickly expanding in international markets. Delta wants international flights to comprise 35% of its revenue by the end of 2006. Apr 26, 2006

Delta union leaders endorse agreement. The leaders of Delta Air Lines' pilots union endorsed a tentative contract agreement with the company. The agreement would extend a 14% pay cut and give the pilots a claim that would convert to a stake in the company. Rank-and-file pilots are expected to complete voting on the contract May 31. Apr 24, 2006

Delta, Aeromexico form maintenance partnership. Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico have formed a partnership to perform worldwide maintenance work. The agreement allows Delta to expand its maintenance, repair and overhaul service. Terms were not disclosed. Apr 27, 2006

Sabre Holdings announced agreements with United Airlines and Delta Air Lines. The latter signed a seven-year, full-content agreement with Sabre Travel Network to make all published fares and inventory available to Sabre subscribers, including published fares that the airline sells through any third-party distributor and through its reservation offices and website. In addition to the Sabre agreement, Delta also signed a new marketing agreement with Travelocity and a participation agreement with Travelocity's Site59 unit. Sabre signed a similar agreement with United good for five years. UA had signed five-year, full-content agreements with Worldspan and Galileo the previous week. Apr 24, 2006
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