Delta plans aircraft shift soon after merger

10/2/2008 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Soon after a merger with Northwest Airlines is complete, Delta Air Lines plans to start shifting around its diverse fleet of planes without waiting for the FAA to issue a joint operating certificate. Routes could get new planes as soon as the second quarter of 2009, possibly requiring longer commutes for existing cabin crews.

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