But the question is why are they still allowed to stay in CH
. 11? I can understand the reasons not to exit it too quickly (see US Airways), but staying under CH
. 11 protection for almost two years is practically an abuse of the system. Typically if a company has stayed in CH
. 11 this long, they're either a.) About to have a trustee to run things or b.) About to go from CH
. 11 to CH
. 7. It honestly seems as though UAL Corp.'s upper management doesn't have the balls to play hardball with some of their employee groups. It's been all talk no walk; if Delta can manage to get their pilots to take a pay cut, what's keeping UAL from getting their stubborn employee groups from doing the same?