Delta Air Lines will cut close to 200 50-seat aircraft operated by its Delta Connection feeder operation, about 60% of the existing fleet, under the tentative agreement reached with its mainline pilots. The agreement limits the number of 50-seaters Delta can rely on to 125 aircraft as a condition for adding a further 70 76-seat Bombardier CRJ900 and Embraer 175 aircraft to its network. The other condition for adding the 76-seaters is that it must acquire more mainline aircraft, which ...

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