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January 20, 1986

Eastern Airlines will continue its regular operations today, beyond a midnight Sunday contract deadline, even if it has no agreement on wages and benefits with its flight attendants, Eastern spokesman Jerry Cosley said in Miami. He said no lockout was planned, but declined to say whether wage cuts or layoffs were imminent. The Transit Workers Union, which represents Eastern's 7,200 flight attendants, has said that a strike will not occur after the deadline.

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