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ATLANTA — Once again, speculation is building that Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines could announce their plans to merge–as soon as Tuesday–following another round of pilot talks from each carrier.

Atlanta-based Delta and its pilots met over the weekend to discuss a potential agreement that would give pilots a pay hike and a stake in the combined airline, according to today’s Wall Street Journal. Northwest pilots met separately in Minnesota on Sunday reiterating the union’s position that it will oppose a merger that does not have their interests at the forefront of the decision-making process.

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