The Comair strike by Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) members approached the two-month mark as Comair parent Delta Air Lines announced two rounds of layoffs totalling 2,400 of its non-striking workers, took 37 planes out of its fleet of 87, eliminated 200 pilot positions and cancelled flights through 15 July. At Delta itself, ALPA members have until 20 June to vote on a tentative agreement which their leaders have endorsed. The four-year pact would include pay raises of up to 34% and also limit Delta Connection regional jet use under a new scope clause.

Source: Airline Business