Delta will move ahead with plans to buy up to 200 aircraft

08/11/2011 | Reuters

Despite concerns about the economy, Delta Air Lines is planning to move forward with its orders for as many as 200 aircraft. "We have not changed our plans," said CEO Richard Anderson. He said the carrier would decide on the new orders this year and that Delta is considering all aircraft manufacturers. "It comes down to performance and economics," he said.

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