Courtesy, DL Delta Air Lines’ (DL) fleet restructuring plan will leave it with 15% fewer aircraft but capacity will be maintained at current levels, a company executive said Monday. Speaking at the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit in Dallas, DL senior VP financial planning, analysis and investor relations Gary Chase said the carrier’s regional jet fleet will be reduced by 200 aircraft or more by 2015. “A portion of our fleet that sticks out like ...

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