Northwest mechanics begin strike; airline vows to keep flying (Waterloo Cedar-Falls Courier)

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) --- Mechanics struck Northwest Airlines Corp. late Friday, resisting big pay cuts and layoffs that would have cut their numbers almost in half. The nation's fourth-largest airline pledged to keep flying with replacements.


Posted August 19, 2005

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