Delta Air Lines by the end of this year may decide to add new 76-seat regional jets from Bombardier or Embraer to its operations, but is still determining if that order will go on its own balance sheet or on that of one of its regional airline partners, CEO Richard Anderson says. “Sometime by the end of the year, we’ll have a pretty good idea of the direction we’re going to go,” Anderson said during an Oct. 24 conference call on Delta’s third-quarter financial results. This decision will ...
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