"Snapback" contracts at US Airways may pose challenge for a merger

04/12/2012 | TheStreet.com

US Airways' labor contracts could present a challenge for a possible merger with American Airlines. When US Airways went through bankruptcy in 2002, labor contracts included a "snapback" provision that allowed wages to go back to previous levels if there was a change in control at the airline.

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