Delta Air Lines sees “significant opportunities” in adding used narrowbodies to its fleet because a decline in residual values of relatively young aircraft, CEO Richard Anderson says. “Given the glut of narrowbodies coming on the market right now, we think that there are going to be significant opportunities because residual values on eight- to 10-year-old narrowbody airplanes are on a significant downward slide and will continue to be with the glut of airplanes there,” Anderson told ...

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