Delta chief calls for more eco-friendly narrow-body engines

09/24/2010 | AviationWeek.com

Delta Air Lines is eager to see new, more efficient engines on narrow-body jets from Boeing and Airbus, CEO Richard Anderson said this week. "We have very aggressive CO2 reduction goals, and part of that is to have the engine technology that will result in reduced fuel burn over time, so that we can meet our CO2 reduction goals," he said. Both companies have been publicly toying with the idea of building all-new aircraft, but Anderson said Delta is unwilling to wait for such a long-term project.

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