Bankrupt Northwest Airlines Corp. reached a tentative agreement with its pilots union on Friday, avoiding a strike that could have permanently grounded the airline.

Exact terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the airline in a statement said it includes $358 million in annual wage and benefits cost savings. The deal still must be sent out for ratification by members of the Air Line Pilots Association.

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