Denver Post: Frontier Won’t Outsource Mechanics to El Salvador

November 5, 2008: A bankruptcy judge has ruled that Frontier Airlines may break its contract with its mechanics union but placed restrictions on the company's contentious effort to move heavy-maintenance work overseas.

Under the Friday ruling by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Drain in New York, Frontier can outsource the heavy-maintenance work only as a last resort, officials with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters said.

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