Photo: Courtesy, Delta Air Lines Delta Air Lines (DL) is expected to announce a large order this week for Boeing 737-900s and 737-9s to replace its aging fleet of narrowbodies. Sources in Singapore and Melbourne Australia said the deal—to replace DL’s 175 DC-9-50s/MD80/90s, 172 757-200s, 16 757-300s and some earlier model A320s—was all about pricing and financing. DL did not confirm or deny the order but spokesman Trebor Banstetter responded to ATW’s call ...

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