Northwest is in ongoing talks with the Minnesota state and Municipal Airports Commission officials on setting a minimum level of jobs and Minneapolis-St. Paul Airort service levels as a way to meet the commitments it made in 1992 for $270 million in bonds the state helped the carrier sell, an airline spokeswoman said Oct. 31. An agreement could avoid a state demand that Northwest repay the bondholders early for breaking its commitments. Northwest already dropped below the minimum ...
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