Delta touts 747 upgrades, casting doubt on 787 order

Delta Air Lines is "technically" still a customer for the Boeing 787, though the company has extended leases and launched interior upgrades on its 747 fleet. CEO Richard Anderson told analysts on Tuesday that the company is "in good shape," with about 180 wide-body aircraft capable of flying across oceans. His remarks cast doubt on Delta's intention to accept delivery of 18 Dreamliners ordered by Northwest Airlines before its merger with Delta.

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