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Delta Airlines: Aircraft Fleet

Delta Airlines is one of the major airlines in the United States, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The airline operates a large fleet of aircraft, consisting of various types from different manufacturers.

Delta Airlines has a total of 912 aircraft in its fleet. The majority of the fleet is made up of Boeing aircraft, with 584 planes in service. Delta also operates 328 Airbus planes.

Delta's Boeing fleet includes the 737, 757, 767, 777, and 717 models. The airline also has a large number of Boeing 737-900ER planes, with 130 in service. Delta's Airbus fleet includes the A220, A319, A320, A321, and A330 models.

In addition to its current fleet, Delta Airlines has made significant deals in the past to acquire new aircraft. In 2011, the airline placed an order for 100 Boeing 737-900ER planes, which was the largest single order for this aircraft type at the time. Delta also placed an order for 75 Bombardier CS100 aircraft in 2016, which were later renamed to the Airbus A220 after Airbus acquired the CSeries program from Bombardier.

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Delta Airlines is committed to upgrading its fleet to more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly aircraft. The airline has retired older planes and replaced them with newer models that are more efficient and produce fewer emissions. Delta also has plans to continue investing in new technology and sustainable aviation fuels to reduce its carbon footprint.

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