SkyWestFan, your post is completely inaccurate.
-88's are going to be there for much longer...some of them are around 10 yrs old, hardly close for replacement. The -90's will also be alongside them for a long time too, since there's no resale market for the 90.
-762's will be leaving, just a question of when. The Spirit of Delta will be in a museum, somewhere...perhaps on DL
property with the DC-3. Heard this from quite a few people.
-732's will be given back as their leases expire. I have heard several rumors of DL
wanting to get ahold of some new 737-700's. Reason being- there is already provision for it in the Pilot Contract (as it was going to be the replacement for the Delta Express 732). Also, they would possibly be on a lease too, since they'd be dropping the leases on the 732's, it would be a wise financial move.
-777 gone....bullshat. Expect to lose that when they start selling oceanfront property in Arizona.
-733 will be here for a little longer, until they figgure out how/where to get rid of them. For right now, they're running DL
You basically said the entire list of aircraft will be replaced...nothing has left yet, save for the M11...and it'll be a little while before the rest of em trickle out. Remember, you've gotta have some aircraft to make money with!
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