Northwest faces higher cancellation rate as strike continues

Northwest Airlines said a mechanics strike forced it to cancel more flights than usual on Monday. The airline's cancellation rate Monday was triple what it was a year ago. The airline expects to operate 96% of its scheduled flights this week. The union representing the workers disputed the carrier's numbers, adding "Northwest is attempting to paint a much better picture than exists."

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