Delta Adds 2-Ku-Capable Long-Haul Aircraft for Trans-Pacific Flights

Delta Adds 2-Ku-Capable Long-Haul Aircraft for Trans-Pacific Flights
Delta Air Lines receives its first A350 XWB
Initially, Delta said, it will fly to Tokyo-Narita; Seoul, South Korea; and Beijing. This new aircraft is part of Delta's effort to “optimize” its Pacific network. The A350s will replace Delta's Boeing 747-400s and should generate 20% savings in

ATLANTA: July 14, 2017. Delta Air Lines has reported a second quarter (Q2) 2017 net profit of US$1.22 billion on revenue of US$10.79 billion, compared to US$1.54 billion and US$10.44 billion respectively in the same period last year. Delta A350-900

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) became the first North American operator of the state-of-the-art Airbus A350 Thursday, continuing its ongoing effort to transform the travel experience and deliver innovative products and services for customers. The 306-seat. Delta Air Lines has taken delivery of its first A350-900 and will be the first US airline to operate the newest member of Airbus' widebody family. The A350 XWB will primarily fly transpacific routes starting in October. Today's delivery is the first of … . July 14, 2017: Delta Air Lines has taken delivery of its first A350-900 and will be the first North American airline to operate the advanced Airbus' widebody aircraft. The A350 XWB was the first aircraft to incorporate the innovative passenger …

Delta Air Lines receives its first A350 XWB

Delta Air Lines has added to its fleet the first kind of long-haul aircraft to feature next-generation 2Ku connectivity, Delta said. Last week, the airline said it became the first in North America to operate the Airbus A350. The 306-seat A350-900 is …

Amedeo Air Four buys A350-900 aircraft – Amedeo Air Four Plus say that, as anticipated in their prospectus dated 13 June, 2017, the company, via its wholly-owned subsidiary, AA4P Lambda Limited, purchased one A350-900 aircraft bearing manufacturer's

Delta Air Lines received (13-Jul-2017) its first of five A350-900 aircraft scheduled for delivery in 2017 from Airbus, becoming the first US carrier to operate the widebody aircraft. The aircraft features 32 seats in the Delta One cabin, 48 seats in …

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