No aircraft orders on horizon, Delta says:

12/10/2008 | Aviation Daily · FlightGlobal.com (U.K.)

Delta Air Lines executives said Tuesday they are still examining the 18 firm 787 orders inherited from Northwest Airlines and that cuts could be forthcoming. President Ed Bastian also said the company had no plans to immediately replace its fleet of inefficient MD-88 aircraft because the older planes offer a $3.5 billion ownership cost advantage, even after accounting for the $1.1 billion in fuel savings that would accrue with the purchase of new 737-800s.

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