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Delta forms tentative agreement with pilots on possible codeshare.

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Delta Air Lines has reportedly formed a tentative agreement with its pilots, which could pave the way for the codeshare agreement between itself and Northwest Airlines and Continental Airlines.

The pilot groups from the three airlines need to approve the codeshare agreement before it can take effect. However, the agreement - proposed in August 2002 - also requires approval from the US Department of Transportation, which has extended its review of the deal twice.

The terms of the tentative agreement have not been released, reported Reuters.

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