Boeing and Delta Air Lines confirmed Thursday morning an order for 100 737-900ERs.
Artist rendering of the 737-900ER in Delta Air Lines livery. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing Boeing and Delta Air Lines confirmed Thursday morning an order for 100 737-900ERs. The announcement had been anticipated (ATW Daily News, Aug. 23). The deal, which is valued at more than $8.5 billion at list prices, is part of DL's fleet renewal effort to replace its aging, less efficient domestic aircraft. DL selected CFM56-7BE enginesto power the aircraft in an order valued at approximately $2.2 ...
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