Delta Air Lines Inc. subsidiary Comair Inc. and its pilots’ union on Dec. 28 reached a tentative deal that would give the disputing parties 45 more days to negotiate a new contract.

Bankrupt Comair, which received court permission to terminate its labor agreement with the Air Line Pilots Association, was planning to impose court-approved terms on the pilots on Dec. 30.

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