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American in talks to avert strike
American Airlines and its flight attendants continued federally mediated talks to settle a contract dispute that may lead to a crippling strike just before the July 4 travel period. The two sides have been in talks for more thantwo years. Federal mediators last week declared a 30-day cooling-off period. If no deal is reached, the attendants in theory could strike on July 1. But President Bush is expected to block any work stoppage.
British Air, U.S. regulator to meet
British Airways CEO Rod Eddington and U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta will meet next week to discuss the …