Delta CEO Richard Anderson says, in no uncertain terms, that he wants Airbus and Boeing to re-engine their A320 and 737 narrowbody aircraft. “There is constantly innovation in this industry, and we need that innovation. So we think the manufacturers need to re-engine these airplanes and give us the benefit of that innovation,” Anderson declared in a Sept. 21 interview. Delta does not want to wait for the next generation of Airbus and Boeing narrowbody aircraft, he added. Anderson put ...
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