Low Fuel Costs Boost Older Airframes’ Fortunes, Not Threatening Backlogs

The sharp decline and expected short-term stability in jet fuel prices have prompted carriers to re-examine the use of less fuel-efficient aircraft to satisfy near-term demand, but the trend is not triggering shifts in long-term fleet planning. While carriers like Delta Air Lines and Southwest...

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