Delta won't fly Boeing exclusively, CEO says:

11/18/2008 | SeattlePI.com

Delta Air Lines, one of three U.S. carriers that has not bought any Airbus planes since signing an exclusive deal with Boeing Co. in 1997, says it has no intention of relying on a single supplier in the future. "Delta will be an opportunistic purchaser of airplanes, and that will include both Boeing and Airbus," CEO Richard Anderson said Monday in Seattle. "Given our size, the breadth of our network and the variety of places that we fly, we will be customers for all the major suppliers."

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