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December 03, 2012
Mergers often produce changes in airline fleets. In some cases, they result in the introduction of a new type into the acquiring/surviving carrier's inventory, sometimes with significantly positive results. Such was the case when Delta acquired Northeast in 1972, and with it, added the 727 to the DL...
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