Delta Pilots Take Pay Cut as Bankruptcy Looms Delta Airline pilots agree to a 32 percent pay cut to help the airline avoid bankruptcy. Analysts say it's not yet clear whether those cuts will be enough to put Delta back in the black. Hear NPR's Jack Speer.
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Delta Pilots Take Pay Cut as Bankruptcy Looms

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Delta Pilots Take Pay Cut as Bankruptcy Looms

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Delta Pilots Take Pay Cut as Bankruptcy Looms

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Delta Airline pilots agree to a 32 percent pay cut to help the airline avoid bankruptcy. Analysts say it's not yet clear whether those cuts will be enough to put Delta back in the black. Hear NPR's Jack Speer.