United May Trade Pensions for Less Expensive Plans United Airlines heads back to bankruptcy court despite nearly $5 billion in cost-cutting measures. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports that the airline is hoping for new concessions from its employees and may abandon its traditional pension plans for less expensive alternatives.
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United May Trade Pensions for Less Expensive Plans

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United May Trade Pensions for Less Expensive Plans

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United Airlines heads back to bankruptcy court despite nearly $5 billion in cost-cutting measures. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports that the airline is hoping for new concessions from its employees and may abandon its traditional pension plans for less expensive alternatives.