Company Watch - Northwest Airlines.
Judge extends Northwest contract with attendants. A bankruptcy judge Thursday extended Northwest Airlines' tentative contract with its flight attendants. While the workers had opposed an extension of the contract, Northwest, which is trying to cut costs, had urged the court to grant the extension. February 10, 2006
Northwest to ask for contract extension, union objects. Northwest Airlines will today ask a bankruptcy court judge to extend a temporary contract with its flight attendants. The union representing the workers has asked the judge to deny the airline's request. The airline, which hopes to lower its labor costs, wants to continue negotiating with the union. February 9, 2006
Northwest judge expected to rule on contracts next week. A judge in the Northwest Airlines bankruptcy case is expected to issue a ruling on two union contracts Feb. 17. The company is still negotiating with its pilots and flight attendants unions. The date may be pushed back if both sides agree. February 8, 2006
Northwest pilots unlikely to strike, analysts say. The chances of a pilots strike at Northwest Airlines are slim, airline experts say. Some analysts predict the company and the union representing the pilots will agree on a contract at the last minute. Northwest operates under bankruptcy protection and says it must cut its labor costs to survive.
February 7, 2006
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