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REPORTS OF TWA 'DEAL' PREMATURE, ALPA SAYS

 REPORTS OF TWA 'DEAL' PREMATURE, ALPA SAYS
 ST. LOUIS, Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The following statement was


issued today by Bill Compton, chairman of the TWA pilot group's Master Executive Council of the Air Line Pilots Association, which represents 2,800 pilots at the airline:
 Press reports suggesting that a transaction that would include TWA Chairman Carl Icahn stepping down from the airline and turning control over to creditors and employees are, unfortunately, premature. TWA's pilots are involved in discussions that we hope will lead to a viable future for our airline, but we continue to require a resolution of several key issues, including job security, pension guarantees, and guarantees of equity value in return for concessions.
 -0- 8/3/92
 /CONTACT: Marc Spiegel of the Air Line Pilots Association, 314-542-0300/ CO: Air Line Pilots Association; TWA ST: Missouri IN: AIR SU:


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