Delta Air Lines announced Wednesday it will add up to 20 Embraer E190s and 20 new Boeing 737-900ERs into its fleet in an agreement reached with Boeing. The Atlanta-based airline initially had a plan to place 20 98-seat E190s owned by Boeing into its mainline network, but had to rescind the plan when its pilots rejected a tentative agreement on a new labor contract that would have allowed the E-Jets to be placed into Delta’s fleet. Delta said in its press release Dec. 16 that it had ...

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