Delta Express, starting next year, will no longer operate Boeing 737-200s, The DAILY has learned, as the aircraft has become too expensive to operate amid intense competition. Joe Kolshak, VP-flight operations, yesterday sent a letter to the Orlando-based Delta Express pilots informing the group that Delta in January will begin to close the Express 737-200 base and move the aircraft to its mainline operations "to better match capacity with demand." As a result, Delta will close the 737-200 ...

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