By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - Struggling U.S. airlines are descending on Capitol Hill seeking help with pension costs, but they are not presenting a united front. Earlier this month Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines warned lawmakers that pension costs could push them into bankruptcy and pension default -- like United Airlines -- if Congress does not act. But this week American Airlines is trying to steer lawmakers away from tailoring assistance to the worst-off ...
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