Delta Air Lines says it has issued a request for proposals (RFPs) from aircraft manufacturers for the “potential replacement” of 100 to 200 aging narrowbody aircraft, with options for as many as 200 more. CEO Richard Anderson, who disclosed the RFP in his weekly message to employees, says the airline is looking to take the first delivery in 2013 and wants large, medium and small narrowbodies. He described the search as being in its “initial phases.” Delta has been modifying its ...

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