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Current Delivery Schedule For Delta Ex-TWA 757s?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 5:29 pm

Does anyone know what is the current delivery schedule for Delta's ex-TWA 757s? Wikipedia states that eight aircraft have now been delivered. I don't know if this is true or not; so far I only know of six aircraft that have been delivered. Those aircraft are N702TW, N703TW, N704X, N706TW, N707TW, and N709TW. I assume that the next aircraft that were slated for delivery include N710TW and N712TW. Have they been delivered yet? If not, when are they slated for delivery.

Also, it is now stated that Delta is planning to get 15 ex-TWA 757s. I know 10 aircraft will come from ILFC, and three will come from Pegasus. What about the two remaining aircraft? I know that there are actually 12 ex-TWA 757s owned by ILFC. Maybe Delta is acquiring all 12 ILFC-owned aircraft.
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