Delta Air Lines yesterday announced an order for 14 CRJ900s valued at $511 million and said it will place the aircraft with regional subsidiary Comair, apparently quelling speculation that it would attempt to sell the Cincinnati-based carrier. "The investment. . .is a powerful affirmation of the partnership we have with Delta Air Lines," Comair President Don Bornhorst said (ATWOnline, March 28). Comair will take delivery of the aircraft, which will be configured with 12 first class and 64 ...

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