Delta Adds Mainline Aircraft To Fleet-Cutting Plans

Delta Air Lines says it will park about 20 of its mainline aircraft over the next 18 months, including some of its international widebody aircraft, as the carrier continues to adjust its capacity plans for regions and routes where it has not been able to raise fares enough to keep pace with rising...

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