Delta Air Lines Inc. reached a tentative agreement Sunday, with its pilots to cut wages, a move that can help the nation’s No. 3 airline avoid a pilots’ strike and continue its emergence from bankruptcy protection.

The Atlanta-based airline’s agreement with the Air Line Pilots Association calls for a 14 percent wage reduction in hourly pay and other cuts that the airline said are equivalent to an additional 1 percent wage reduction.

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