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ATLANTA (Dow Jones/AP) -- Delta Air Lines wants to give stock to employees and creditors in exchange for concessions meant to avoid bankruptcy.
The New York Stock Exchange approved the swap.
Atlanta-based Delta has a hub in Salt Lake City, and many of its pilots live in Utah.
The stock deal is part of Delta's 2(B) billion-dollar restructuring plan.
The world's third-largest airline plans to cut more than six thousand jobs and salaries. It recently negotiated concessions with the pilots' union.
Delta will grant non-qualified stock options to about 57-thousand employees.
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