tnair1974
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 1:44 am

akelley728 wrote:
Scorpio wrote:
They didn't. The decision to retire seven A320s was taken at a moment when Delta was already installing the new cabins in the A320s. They simply retired the seven oldest A320s that hadn't received the new cabins yet. N309US had already gone through the mods at that point, so it wasn't retired. The decision had nothing to do with hours / cycles. N316US for example was retired with about 36k cycles and almost 80k hours on the clock. For comparison's sake, N309US is currently closing in on 40k cycles and is at about 87k hours.


PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:
They made a decision to keep and modify additional 757s and retire the handful of older, unmodded A320s instead.


Would anyone know (perhaps 777mech) know how these seven were retired? In other words, are they in a state of retirement where they could be brought back from the desert (of course DL would put them through the life extension process and the P1/P2 mods). Or were they scrapped?


All seven were due to be scrapped at SBD. I've seen an Airliners pic at SBD with two of the planes in the background and they were clearly being parted out.

Since these seven were early build, I think they would have needed a life extension years ago (someone correct me if I'm wrong). From what I understand, the extension (which doubles the hours, far less so the cycles) saved the oldest DL A320s from running out of hours. I think the newest DL A320s are only just now getting a life extension as the oldest ones needed them first.

I suppose time will tell if the current oldest A320s will run out of cycles first (now that DL A320s are seemingly being used more on shorter flights), hours first, or will leave a little earlier due to rising maintenance costs.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 2:09 am

Scorpio wrote:
tnair1974 wrote:
Perhaps the slightly newer birds had significantly more hours/cycles?

They didn't. The decision to retire seven A320s was taken at a moment when Delta was already installing the new cabins in the A320s. They simply retired the seven oldest A320s that hadn't received the new cabins yet. N309US had already gone through the mods at that point, so it wasn't retired. The decision had nothing to do with hours / cycles. N316US for example was retired with about 36k cycles and almost 80k hours on the clock. For comparison's sake, N309US is currently closing in on 40k cycles and is at about 87k hours.


Thanks. I knew NW placed several A320s in desert storage for a while. But as Spacepope touched on earlier, evidently they were not parked long enough to make a large disparity in hours/cycles with the rest of the A320s.

Perhaps a little sad the A320s two years ago were retired when they had some life left. But as we know, a parted out older plane (or car, boat, railroad locomotive, etc) can be worth a lot more in parts than as a whole entity.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 2:40 am

fanoftristars wrote:
tnair1974 wrote:
fanoftristars wrote:

And boy were they ratty towards the end. I was commuting SLC-DFW almost weekly in 2017 where this fleet seemed to be dedicated to flying that route. I'd laugh at the huge hole in the seat back of 10E and the almost completely torn of magazine holder on 10D on N316US. The poor old lady was tired and wanted to go to the desert. My last flight on N316US was DFW-SLC I think on May 17th and that plane was retired just days later.


Interesting side note is that N309US, the oldest surviving DL A320, is actually older than several of the A320s retired in 2017 including N316US.

[snip]


[snip] ...it’s funny to board an A320 and hear someone around you comment on getting to fly a brand new plane. Lol I’ve heard it more than a few times.



I don't doubt that!

While the new interiors and IFE/AVOD are very nice (even if I may rather read a good book or do business matters on my own laptop), I find the relatively cramped Y seat conditions leave a little something to be desired. Even if more tight spaces are unfortunately to be expected these days.

During my college years, I fondly remember flying on NW A320s when they were new. I suppose my now-college age child and others the same age will role their eyes as I start rambling how all that room in the likes of TWA Comfort Class was part of the good ole days.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 2:49 am

KMCOFlyer wrote:
fanoftristars wrote:
So I’m on a 75G tonight, the ex Shanghai 757 and was wondering why it doesn’t have the huge space bins where bags can be put on their side like the 75D and 75H? These seem like the regular bins the 739 were delivered with.

I also noticed this plane has vacuum lavatories. First 757 I’ve seen with those!


The 75Gs have the same BSI style bins as the 75Ds and 75Hs.

It may be the same look, but they are definitely smaller than the 75D/75H. You can’t turn your bag on the side.
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 9:01 am

I really hope Delta decides to replace the older IFE on some of the 752s and 738s. I was on a 752 yesterday and so many complained because the touch screens barely even worked. Mine was stuck on the moving map the whole trip. It’s time for those screens to go.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:53 am

DL could add space bins to the 75S and 753s. They could replace the AVOD in the 'old-AVOD' 738s and 752s. I'm sure this forum could create a lengthy list. It's a question of money - both capital spending and planes out of service - and what their primary competitors are doing. I don't see AA/UA/AS/WN adding AVOD to narrowbodies. If they've got (several) internal analyses that show people will pay more to fly a plane with AVOD, great
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 12:50 pm

Ok I lied. The 75G does have bigger bins. It was only in first class that they were smaller. I noticed while deplaning last night.
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 1:11 pm

3804 showing RTS tomorrow with SSW: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n804dn
3809 ferried to MSP on the 15th. Not sure if it's there for SSW mods or general Mx (or both).
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:40 pm

MIflyer12 wrote:
DeltaMD95 wrote:
I would have liked to have seen Delta retire more of the early build A320s, with the 739ER deliveries, as originally planned when the aircraft was ordered.


Why, when all of the frames currently flying got new bins, PSUs, seats, power and AVOD? Do you think you could tell a 1991 build from a 1995 build?


Because less MD88/90 and 757 aircraft would be retired over time had the additional A320 capacity been parked. That’s the short answer. Long answer, I have had bad luck personally with the aging A320, including a missed connection due to multiple MX delays on the same aircraft, and separately an MX caused flight cancellation. (Call it luck, but never had an MD88 delay, let alone MX flight cancellation). Airbus must’ve rolled out some hell of a life extension program because my impression is the early build, high FC/FH A320s historically did not age well at all.
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Sep 20, 2019 11:04 pm

tnair1974 wrote:
akelley728 wrote:
Scorpio wrote:
They didn't. The decision to retire seven A320s was taken at a moment when Delta was already installing the new cabins in the A320s. They simply retired the seven oldest A320s that hadn't received the new cabins yet. N309US had already gone through the mods at that point, so it wasn't retired. The decision had nothing to do with hours / cycles. N316US for example was retired with about 36k cycles and almost 80k hours on the clock. For comparison's sake, N309US is currently closing in on 40k cycles and is at about 87k hours.


PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:
They made a decision to keep and modify additional 757s and retire the handful of older, unmodded A320s instead.


Would anyone know (perhaps 777mech) know how these seven were retired? In other words, are they in a state of retirement where they could be brought back from the desert (of course DL would put them through the life extension process and the P1/P2 mods). Or were they scrapped?


All seven were due to be scrapped at SBD. I've seen an Airliners pic at SBD with two of the planes in the background and they were clearly being parted out.

Since these seven were early build, I think they would have needed a life extension years ago (someone correct me if I'm wrong). From what I understand, the extension (which doubles the hours, far less so the cycles) saved the oldest DL A320s from running out of hours. I think the newest DL A320s are only just now getting a life extension as the oldest ones needed them first.

I suppose time will tell if the current oldest A320s will run out of cycles first (now that DL A320s are seemingly being used more on shorter flights), hours first, or will leave a little earlier due to rising maintenance costs.


In the 1990s, the 320 primarily operated flights with longer stage lengths for NW, with the 727 (and small MD80 fleet) covering short/medium stage length flights. Post 9-11, NW had a surplus of equipment and began rotating select 320 through the desert; eventually, bankruptcy allowed NW to divest surplus aircraft and "right size" its fleet. NW began studying the life extension package, but post-merger, DL scrapped the idea, opting to manage the cycles of the aircraft instead (remember, these weren't high cycle aircraft) and planning their replacement. Throughout most of the 2010s, they were mainstays on routes like DTW/MSP-LAS and PHX, CVG-West, etc.

A few years ago, DL decided it was more cost effective to extend the life of the 320 (as opposed to retirement) and expedite the retirements of the MD-88 and MD-90 instead. At the last minute, seven 320 were retired in favor of keeping seven 757 that had been scheduled for retirement. Why? Most likely a combination of need, cost and longevity. Need = both from a capacity perspective as well as parts perspective.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:49 pm

3810 appears to be following 3804 in ATL for SSW mods: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n810dn
3809 - going to assume that it's time in MSP will include SSW (entered 9/15). Can anyone here confirm/deny? https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn
8124 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n124du
 
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Sep 23, 2019 3:57 pm

tnair1974 wrote:
Scorpio wrote:
tnair1974 wrote:
Perhaps the slightly newer birds had significantly more hours/cycles?

They didn't. The decision to retire seven A320s was taken at a moment when Delta was already installing the new cabins in the A320s. They simply retired the seven oldest A320s that hadn't received the new cabins yet. N309US had already gone through the mods at that point, so it wasn't retired. The decision had nothing to do with hours / cycles. N316US for example was retired with about 36k cycles and almost 80k hours on the clock. For comparison's sake, N309US is currently closing in on 40k cycles and is at about 87k hours.


Thanks. I knew NW placed several A320s in desert storage for a while. But as Spacepope touched on earlier, evidently they were not parked long enough to make a large disparity in hours/cycles with the rest of the A320s.

Perhaps a little sad the A320s two years ago were retired when they had some life left. But as we know, a parted out older plane (or car, boat, railroad locomotive, etc) can be worth a lot more in parts than as a whole entity.

During the discussions several years ago, the claim at that time was these were parked and scrapped because they were “small motor” examples, whatever that means. Technically an elimination of a small sub fleet. Compared to some of the A319s being retired this past week by BA, and others (including one with the serial number in the 3000s) I think DL got a good life out of them.
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Sep 23, 2019 6:13 pm

3096 should exit induction this afternoon: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n396dn
3097 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n397dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Sep 24, 2019 3:36 am

Folks, the life extensions to the A320 fleet were part of the carrot DL dangled to Airbus to get the original 321 order. DL got a significant discount from Airbus on buying the extension program as part of that order.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Sep 24, 2019 7:23 pm

n515cr wrote:
3096 should exit induction this afternoon: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n396dn
3097 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n397dn


3096 exited yesterday and 3097 was delivered today.
922 to head to temporary storage in BHM tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n922dl
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Sep 25, 2019 4:14 pm

8123 showing a test flight to DTW tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n123dq
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:12 pm

 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:55 pm

DL's 4th A339 being delivered tomorrow.
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n404dx
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Sep 30, 2019 2:32 am

n515cr wrote:
3810 appears to be following 3804 in ATL for SSW mods: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n810dn
3809 - going to assume that it's time in MSP will include SSW (entered 9/15). Can anyone here confirm/deny? https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn
8124 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n124du


3809 is getting SSWs.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Sep 30, 2019 3:04 am

777Mech wrote:
n515cr wrote:
3810 appears to be following 3804 in ATL for SSW mods: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n810dn
3809 - going to assume that it's time in MSP will include SSW (entered 9/15). Can anyone here confirm/deny? https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn
8124 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n124du


3809 is getting SSWs.


Roger that. Thanks
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Sep 30, 2019 5:57 pm

8125 should be delivered later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n125du
3809 should exit SSW mods and RTS tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn

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Fleet Mod Status 30 Sep 2019


Boeing Mods/Induction

777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122
777-200ER (7CD): 8/8
7001-7008

777-200LR (7CB): 4/10 (+1 in mod)
N701DN 7101 Entered Sep 14, 2019; est. exit Oct 15, 2019
N702DN 7102
N703DN 7103
N704DK 7104 Entered Apr 3, 2018; finished May 3, 2018
N705DN 7105 Entered Feb 25, 2019; finished Mar 28, 2018
N706DN 7106 Entered Sep 6, 2018; finished Nov 1, 2018
N707DN 7107 Entered Mar 23, 2018; finished Apr 23, 2018
N708DN 7108
N709DN 7109
N710DN 7110

767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 1/21 (+3 in mod)
N825MH 1801
N826MH 1802
N827MH 1803
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; est. exit Oct 14, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; est. exit Oct 11, 2019
N835MH 1811
N836MH 1812
N837MH 1813
N838MH 1814
N839MH 1815
N840MH 1816
N841MH 1817
N842MH 1818
N843MH 1819
N844MH 1820
N845MH 1821


757 Mods [Complete]
757-300: (5801-5816)

75E -> 75S: (6801-6818)
C16W44Y108 (PMDL, International/JFK-CA, flatbeds in C, Satellite WiFi, PTVs)

75A/75M -> 75H: (5635-5649)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, Satellite WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, ETOPS)

757/75X -> 75C: (649-652, 654-655, 661-664, 666)
F72 (NBA/Charter configuration)

757/75X/75M -> 75D: (658-660, 665, 667-676, 678-699, 5650-5657, 6700-6717)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting)

Ex-Shanghai -> 75P: (6819-6823)
F20W41Y132 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/seats/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, winglets, and ETOPS)


737 Mods/Induction
73W Cabin Refresh (LED mood lighting, soft bulkhead between Y and F, 2Ku
10: 3601-3610

737-800 Mods (AVOD, updated lavs, and LED cabin lighting, 2Ku)
738: 43. 3701-4743
73H: 30. 3744-3773.
73A (Ex-GOL): 3. Sky Interior. 3774-3777
3762 temp parked 8/31/19

737-900ER Induction/Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
31 without split scimitar winglets. 3805-07, 3809-3830, 3901-3906
3809 entered scimitar mods 9/15. Should RTS 10/1
3810 entered scimitar mods 9/22


Airbus Mods/Induction
A319: F12W18Y96 -> F12W18Y102, AVOD, 2Ku: 57
3101-3102, 3114-3149, 3151-3155, 3157-3166, 3168-3171

A320: F12W18Y120 -> P1: F16W18Y126 / P2: F16W18Y123, AVOD, 2Ku: 62
3209, 3212, 3217, 3219-3245, 3247-3278

A320 retirements: 7
3210-3211, 3213-3216, 3218

A220-100 Induction, F12W16Y82, 2Ku: 23/45
8101-8123
@ ATL for induction:
N124DU 8124 Entered Sep 23, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N125DU 8125 Entered Sep 30, 2019; est. exit Oct 10, 2019

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 91/127
3001-3077, 3079-3085, 3087, 3090, 3092-3096
@ MCI for induction:
N378DN 3078 Entered Sep 21, 2019; est. exit Oct 2, 2019
N397DN 3096 Entered Sep 24, 2019; est. exit Oct 5, 2019


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 29
N908DA 9208
N909DA 9209
N910DN 9210
N911DA 9211
N912DN 9212
N913DN 9213
N914DN 9214
N915DN 9215
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N919DN 9219
N920DN 9220
N921DN 9221
N922DX 9222
N923DN 9223
N924DN 9224
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N927DN 9227
N928DN 9228
N929DN 9229
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N936DN 9236
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 36 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DA 9201 10/1/2018
N902DA 9202 6/25/2017
N903DA 9203 9/2/2017
N904DA 9204 7/15/2018
N905DA 9205 1/5/2019
N906DA 9206 8/21/2019
N907DA 9207 6/24/2019
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N937DN 9237 8/13/2018
N938DN 9238 11/12/2018
N939DN 9239 11/15/2018
N940DN 9240 1/4/2019
N941DN 9241 3/3/2019
N942DN 9242 2/3/2019
N943DN 9243 1/3/2019
N944DN 9244 12/12/2018
N945DN 9245 2/14/2019
N946DN 9246 5/5/2019
N947DN 9247 8/7/2019
N948DN 9248 10/14/2018
N949DN 9249 11/15/2018
N950DN 9250 9/5/2019
N951DN 9251 9/1/2019
N952DN 9252 6/17/2019
N953DN 9253 6/3/2018
N954DN 9254 5/12/2018
N955DN 9255 4/15/2018
N956DN 9256 1/3/2018
N957DN 9257 2/28/2018
N958DN 9258 10/1/2017
N959DN 9259 1/15/2018
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 60
N905DL 905
N907DL 907
N908DL 908
N910DL 910
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N957DL 957
N958DL 958
N959DL 959
N960DL 960
N961DL 961
N962DL 962
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N975DL 975
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N986DL 986
N987DL 987
N989DL 989
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
N992DL 992
N993DL 993
N994DL 994
N995DL 995
N996DL 996
N997DL 997
N998DL 998
N999DN 999
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N904DE 9004
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N909DE 9009
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
N916DE 9016
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 60 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N911DL 911 8/31/19, temp storage
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019, temp storage
N918DL 918 7/07/2018
N919DL 919 3/25/2018
N920DL 920 10/30/2017
N921DL 921 8/19/2018
N922DL 922 9/25/2019, temp storage
N923DL 923 3/22/2018
N924DL 924 10/30/2018
N925DL 925 9/15/2017
N926DL 926 5/29/2018
N927DA 927 8/10/2018
N928DL 928 8/28/2017
N929DL 929 1/05/2018
N930DL 930 12/02/2017
N931DL 931 5/11/2018
N932DL 932 9/15/2018
N933DL 933 9/28/2018
N934DL 934 7/01/2018
N935DL 935 11/21/2018
N936DL 936 12/9/2018
N937DL 937 12/21/2018
N938DL 938 11/1/2018
N939DL 939 9/23/2018
N940DL 940 11/13/2017
N941DL 941 9/18/2018
N942DL 942 9/7/2018
N943DL 943 10/31/2018
N944DL 944 11/2/2018
N945DL 945 11/18/2018
N946DL 946 12/15/2018
N947DL 947 6/11/2019
N948DL 948 1/19/2019
N949DL 949 9/17/2019
N950DL 950 1/28/2019
N951DL 951 2/18/2019
N952DL 952 1/3/2019
N953DL 953 8/26/2019
N954DL 954 2/15/2019
N955DL 955 9/9/2019
N956DL 956 8/31/2019
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N980DL 980 5/12/2019
N981DL 981 8/3/2019
N982DL 982 6/30/2019
N983DL 983 6/3/2019
N984DL 984 8/31/2019
N985DL 985 7/19/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019, temp storage
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:19 am

n515cr wrote:
8125 should be delivered later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n125du
3809 should exit SSW mods and RTS tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 30 Sep 2019


Boeing Mods/Induction

777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122
777-200ER (7CD): 8/8
7001-7008

777-200LR (7CB): 4/10 (+1 in mod)
N701DN 7101 Entered Sep 14, 2019; est. exit Oct 15, 2019
N702DN 7102
N703DN 7103
N704DK 7104 Entered Apr 3, 2018; finished May 3, 2018
N705DN 7105 Entered Feb 25, 2019; finished Mar 28, 2018
N706DN 7106 Entered Sep 6, 2018; finished Nov 1, 2018
N707DN 7107 Entered Mar 23, 2018; finished Apr 23, 2018
N708DN 7108
N709DN 7109
N710DN 7110

767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 1/21 (+3 in mod)
N825MH 1801
N826MH 1802
N827MH 1803
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; est. exit Oct 14, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; est. exit Oct 11, 2019
N835MH 1811
N836MH 1812
N837MH 1813
N838MH 1814
N839MH 1815
N840MH 1816
N841MH 1817
N842MH 1818
N843MH 1819
N844MH 1820
N845MH 1821


757 Mods [Complete]
757-300: (5801-5816)

75E -> 75S: (6801-6818)
C16W44Y108 (PMDL, International/JFK-CA, flatbeds in C, Satellite WiFi, PTVs)

75A/75M -> 75H: (5635-5649)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, Satellite WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, ETOPS)

757/75X -> 75C: (649-652, 654-655, 661-664, 666)
F72 (NBA/Charter configuration)

757/75X/75M -> 75D: (658-660, 665, 667-676, 678-699, 5650-5657, 6700-6717)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting)

Ex-Shanghai -> 75P: (6819-6823)
F20W41Y132 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/seats/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, winglets, and ETOPS)


737 Mods/Induction
73W Cabin Refresh (LED mood lighting, soft bulkhead between Y and F, 2Ku
10: 3601-3610

737-800 Mods (AVOD, updated lavs, and LED cabin lighting, 2Ku)
738: 43. 3701-4743
73H: 30. 3744-3773.
73A (Ex-GOL): 3. Sky Interior. 3774-3777
3762 temp parked 8/31/19

737-900ER Induction/Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
31 without split scimitar winglets. 3805-07, 3809-3830, 3901-3906
3809 entered scimitar mods 9/15. Should RTS 10/1
3810 entered scimitar mods 9/22


Airbus Mods/Induction
A319: F12W18Y96 -> F12W18Y102, AVOD, 2Ku: 57
3101-3102, 3114-3149, 3151-3155, 3157-3166, 3168-3171

A320: F12W18Y120 -> P1: F16W18Y126 / P2: F16W18Y123, AVOD, 2Ku: 62
3209, 3212, 3217, 3219-3245, 3247-3278

A320 retirements: 7
3210-3211, 3213-3216, 3218

A220-100 Induction, F12W16Y82, 2Ku: 23/45
8101-8123
@ ATL for induction:
N124DU 8124 Entered Sep 23, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N125DU 8125 Entered Sep 30, 2019; est. exit Oct 10, 2019

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 91/127
3001-3077, 3079-3085, 3087, 3090, 3092-3096
@ MCI for induction:
N378DN 3078 Entered Sep 21, 2019; est. exit Oct 2, 2019
N397DN 3096 Entered Sep 24, 2019; est. exit Oct 5, 2019


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 29
N908DA 9208
N909DA 9209
N910DN 9210
N911DA 9211
N912DN 9212
N913DN 9213
N914DN 9214
N915DN 9215
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N919DN 9219
N920DN 9220
N921DN 9221
N922DX 9222
N923DN 9223
N924DN 9224
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N927DN 9227
N928DN 9228
N929DN 9229
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N936DN 9236
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 36 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DA 9201 10/1/2018
N902DA 9202 6/25/2017
N903DA 9203 9/2/2017
N904DA 9204 7/15/2018
N905DA 9205 1/5/2019
N906DA 9206 8/21/2019
N907DA 9207 6/24/2019
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N937DN 9237 8/13/2018
N938DN 9238 11/12/2018
N939DN 9239 11/15/2018
N940DN 9240 1/4/2019
N941DN 9241 3/3/2019
N942DN 9242 2/3/2019
N943DN 9243 1/3/2019
N944DN 9244 12/12/2018
N945DN 9245 2/14/2019
N946DN 9246 5/5/2019
N947DN 9247 8/7/2019
N948DN 9248 10/14/2018
N949DN 9249 11/15/2018
N950DN 9250 9/5/2019
N951DN 9251 9/1/2019
N952DN 9252 6/17/2019
N953DN 9253 6/3/2018
N954DN 9254 5/12/2018
N955DN 9255 4/15/2018
N956DN 9256 1/3/2018
N957DN 9257 2/28/2018
N958DN 9258 10/1/2017
N959DN 9259 1/15/2018
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 60
N905DL 905
N907DL 907
N908DL 908
N910DL 910
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N957DL 957
N958DL 958
N959DL 959
N960DL 960
N961DL 961
N962DL 962
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N975DL 975
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N986DL 986
N987DL 987
N989DL 989
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
N992DL 992
N993DL 993
N994DL 994
N995DL 995
N996DL 996
N997DL 997
N998DL 998
N999DN 999
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N904DE 9004
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N909DE 9009
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
N916DE 9016
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 60 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N911DL 911 8/31/19, temp storage
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019, temp storage
N918DL 918 7/07/2018
N919DL 919 3/25/2018
N920DL 920 10/30/2017
N921DL 921 8/19/2018
N922DL 922 9/25/2019, temp storage
N923DL 923 3/22/2018
N924DL 924 10/30/2018
N925DL 925 9/15/2017
N926DL 926 5/29/2018
N927DA 927 8/10/2018
N928DL 928 8/28/2017
N929DL 929 1/05/2018
N930DL 930 12/02/2017
N931DL 931 5/11/2018
N932DL 932 9/15/2018
N933DL 933 9/28/2018
N934DL 934 7/01/2018
N935DL 935 11/21/2018
N936DL 936 12/9/2018
N937DL 937 12/21/2018
N938DL 938 11/1/2018
N939DL 939 9/23/2018
N940DL 940 11/13/2017
N941DL 941 9/18/2018
N942DL 942 9/7/2018
N943DL 943 10/31/2018
N944DL 944 11/2/2018
N945DL 945 11/18/2018
N946DL 946 12/15/2018
N947DL 947 6/11/2019
N948DL 948 1/19/2019
N949DL 949 9/17/2019
N950DL 950 1/28/2019
N951DL 951 2/18/2019
N952DL 952 1/3/2019
N953DL 953 8/26/2019
N954DL 954 2/15/2019
N955DL 955 9/9/2019
N956DL 956 8/31/2019
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N980DL 980 5/12/2019
N981DL 981 8/3/2019
N982DL 982 6/30/2019
N983DL 983 6/3/2019
N984DL 984 8/31/2019
N985DL 985 7/19/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019, temp storage
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018

When should the next 764 enter mods?
 
777Mech
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:27 am

NateGreat wrote:
n515cr wrote:
8125 should be delivered later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n125du
3809 should exit SSW mods and RTS tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 30 Sep 2019


Boeing Mods/Induction

777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122
777-200ER (7CD): 8/8
7001-7008

777-200LR (7CB): 4/10 (+1 in mod)
N701DN 7101 Entered Sep 14, 2019; est. exit Oct 15, 2019
N702DN 7102
N703DN 7103
N704DK 7104 Entered Apr 3, 2018; finished May 3, 2018
N705DN 7105 Entered Feb 25, 2019; finished Mar 28, 2018
N706DN 7106 Entered Sep 6, 2018; finished Nov 1, 2018
N707DN 7107 Entered Mar 23, 2018; finished Apr 23, 2018
N708DN 7108
N709DN 7109
N710DN 7110

767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 1/21 (+3 in mod)
N825MH 1801
N826MH 1802
N827MH 1803
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; est. exit Oct 14, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; est. exit Oct 11, 2019
N835MH 1811
N836MH 1812
N837MH 1813
N838MH 1814
N839MH 1815
N840MH 1816
N841MH 1817
N842MH 1818
N843MH 1819
N844MH 1820
N845MH 1821


757 Mods [Complete]
757-300: (5801-5816)

75E -> 75S: (6801-6818)
C16W44Y108 (PMDL, International/JFK-CA, flatbeds in C, Satellite WiFi, PTVs)

75A/75M -> 75H: (5635-5649)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, Satellite WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, ETOPS)

757/75X -> 75C: (649-652, 654-655, 661-664, 666)
F72 (NBA/Charter configuration)

757/75X/75M -> 75D: (658-660, 665, 667-676, 678-699, 5650-5657, 6700-6717)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting)

Ex-Shanghai -> 75P: (6819-6823)
F20W41Y132 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/seats/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, winglets, and ETOPS)


737 Mods/Induction
73W Cabin Refresh (LED mood lighting, soft bulkhead between Y and F, 2Ku
10: 3601-3610

737-800 Mods (AVOD, updated lavs, and LED cabin lighting, 2Ku)
738: 43. 3701-4743
73H: 30. 3744-3773.
73A (Ex-GOL): 3. Sky Interior. 3774-3777
3762 temp parked 8/31/19

737-900ER Induction/Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
31 without split scimitar winglets. 3805-07, 3809-3830, 3901-3906
3809 entered scimitar mods 9/15. Should RTS 10/1
3810 entered scimitar mods 9/22


Airbus Mods/Induction
A319: F12W18Y96 -> F12W18Y102, AVOD, 2Ku: 57
3101-3102, 3114-3149, 3151-3155, 3157-3166, 3168-3171

A320: F12W18Y120 -> P1: F16W18Y126 / P2: F16W18Y123, AVOD, 2Ku: 62
3209, 3212, 3217, 3219-3245, 3247-3278

A320 retirements: 7
3210-3211, 3213-3216, 3218

A220-100 Induction, F12W16Y82, 2Ku: 23/45
8101-8123
@ ATL for induction:
N124DU 8124 Entered Sep 23, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N125DU 8125 Entered Sep 30, 2019; est. exit Oct 10, 2019

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 91/127
3001-3077, 3079-3085, 3087, 3090, 3092-3096
@ MCI for induction:
N378DN 3078 Entered Sep 21, 2019; est. exit Oct 2, 2019
N397DN 3096 Entered Sep 24, 2019; est. exit Oct 5, 2019


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 29
N908DA 9208
N909DA 9209
N910DN 9210
N911DA 9211
N912DN 9212
N913DN 9213
N914DN 9214
N915DN 9215
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N919DN 9219
N920DN 9220
N921DN 9221
N922DX 9222
N923DN 9223
N924DN 9224
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N927DN 9227
N928DN 9228
N929DN 9229
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N936DN 9236
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 36 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DA 9201 10/1/2018
N902DA 9202 6/25/2017
N903DA 9203 9/2/2017
N904DA 9204 7/15/2018
N905DA 9205 1/5/2019
N906DA 9206 8/21/2019
N907DA 9207 6/24/2019
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N937DN 9237 8/13/2018
N938DN 9238 11/12/2018
N939DN 9239 11/15/2018
N940DN 9240 1/4/2019
N941DN 9241 3/3/2019
N942DN 9242 2/3/2019
N943DN 9243 1/3/2019
N944DN 9244 12/12/2018
N945DN 9245 2/14/2019
N946DN 9246 5/5/2019
N947DN 9247 8/7/2019
N948DN 9248 10/14/2018
N949DN 9249 11/15/2018
N950DN 9250 9/5/2019
N951DN 9251 9/1/2019
N952DN 9252 6/17/2019
N953DN 9253 6/3/2018
N954DN 9254 5/12/2018
N955DN 9255 4/15/2018
N956DN 9256 1/3/2018
N957DN 9257 2/28/2018
N958DN 9258 10/1/2017
N959DN 9259 1/15/2018
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 60
N905DL 905
N907DL 907
N908DL 908
N910DL 910
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N957DL 957
N958DL 958
N959DL 959
N960DL 960
N961DL 961
N962DL 962
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N975DL 975
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N986DL 986
N987DL 987
N989DL 989
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
N992DL 992
N993DL 993
N994DL 994
N995DL 995
N996DL 996
N997DL 997
N998DL 998
N999DN 999
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N904DE 9004
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N909DE 9009
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
N916DE 9016
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 60 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N911DL 911 8/31/19, temp storage
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019, temp storage
N918DL 918 7/07/2018
N919DL 919 3/25/2018
N920DL 920 10/30/2017
N921DL 921 8/19/2018
N922DL 922 9/25/2019, temp storage
N923DL 923 3/22/2018
N924DL 924 10/30/2018
N925DL 925 9/15/2017
N926DL 926 5/29/2018
N927DA 927 8/10/2018
N928DL 928 8/28/2017
N929DL 929 1/05/2018
N930DL 930 12/02/2017
N931DL 931 5/11/2018
N932DL 932 9/15/2018
N933DL 933 9/28/2018
N934DL 934 7/01/2018
N935DL 935 11/21/2018
N936DL 936 12/9/2018
N937DL 937 12/21/2018
N938DL 938 11/1/2018
N939DL 939 9/23/2018
N940DL 940 11/13/2017
N941DL 941 9/18/2018
N942DL 942 9/7/2018
N943DL 943 10/31/2018
N944DL 944 11/2/2018
N945DL 945 11/18/2018
N946DL 946 12/15/2018
N947DL 947 6/11/2019
N948DL 948 1/19/2019
N949DL 949 9/17/2019
N950DL 950 1/28/2019
N951DL 951 2/18/2019
N952DL 952 1/3/2019
N953DL 953 8/26/2019
N954DL 954 2/15/2019
N955DL 955 9/9/2019
N956DL 956 8/31/2019
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N980DL 980 5/12/2019
N981DL 981 8/3/2019
N982DL 982 6/30/2019
N983DL 983 6/3/2019
N984DL 984 8/31/2019
N985DL 985 7/19/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019, temp storage
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018

When should the next 764 enter mods?


Second week of October.
 
764flyer
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:07 pm

Looks like DL will have 4 767-400s with the new D1 seats on property by the 14th of this month (1804, 1807, 1809 and 1810) but the first one isn't "scheduled" for service till Nov 12 (ATL-LHR I believe). Any word on where these 4 birds will be flying in the meantime?
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:39 pm

How many A220-100s are now planned to be delivered by YE2019?
 
bugsbegone
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 6:18 pm

CRJ200flyer wrote:
How many A220-100s are now planned to be delivered by YE2019?


4 were delivered in 2018 and the plan was to take 24 for calendar year 2019 for a Year End total of 28.
 
audidudi
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 6:50 pm

777Mech wrote:
NateGreat wrote:
When should the next 764 enter mods?


Second week of October.


Actually N835MH arrived at CAN early on October 2nd:

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N835MH
 
CRJ200flyer
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 6:50 pm

bugsbegone wrote:
CRJ200flyer wrote:
How many A220-100s are now planned to be delivered by YE2019?


4 were delivered in 2018 and the plan was to take 24 for calendar year 2019 for a Year End total of 28.


Thank you, so three deliveries remaining in 2019.
 
777Mech
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:22 pm

audidudi wrote:
777Mech wrote:
NateGreat wrote:
When should the next 764 enter mods?


Second week of October.


Actually N835MH arrived at CAN early on October 2nd:

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N835MH


I had already counted it as in mods since it left HNL after I had posted it.
 
audidudi
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:34 pm

777Mech wrote:
audidudi wrote:
777Mech wrote:

Second week of October.


Actually N835MH arrived at CAN early on October 2nd:

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N835MH


I had already counted it as in mods since it left HNL after I had posted it.


Copy that! Thanks!
 
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BOEING777EK
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:44 pm

Does anyone have any clue as to why DL's 767-400 fleet registration end with MH? Unlike the usual DL or DZ which some of the current DL 767-300 fleet registration end with. Thanks. :)
 
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747d10
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:58 pm

BOEING777EK wrote:
Does anyone have any clue as to why DL's 767-400 fleet registration end with MH? Unlike the usual DL or DZ which some of the current DL 767-300 fleet registration end with. Thanks. :)


I googled your question and found this FlyerTalk link from back in 2002: https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta-s ... stion.html
It sounds believably reasonable to me. Scroll down to the post from 747-347B’s reply.
E145 E190 F100 L10/15 DC8 D8S D10 M11 D91/S/5 M80 M90 717 727/S 732/3/4/5/G/8/9 741/42/43/44 752 762/3/4 77E/L 788 A300 310 319 320 321 333 Concorde
AA AC AF AL AQ AS BN CI CO CX DL EA FL HA HU HY KL MC MU MX NA NC NW OZ PA PI QH RC SQ TI TW UA US WA 9K
 
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BOEING777EK
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:18 pm

747d10 wrote:
BOEING777EK wrote:
Does anyone have any clue as to why DL's 767-400 fleet registration end with MH? Unlike the usual DL or DZ which some of the current DL 767-300 fleet registration end with. Thanks. :)


I googled your question and found this FlyerTalk link from back in 2002: https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta-s ... stion.html
It sounds believably reasonable to me. Scroll down to the post from 747-347B’s reply.
Thanks, much appreciated.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Oct 02, 2019 4:12 pm

 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 03, 2019 11:26 am

3097 showing induction exit later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n397dn
 
SELMER40
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 03, 2019 12:00 pm

n515cr wrote:

8124 is not having a good start.
Teaching this old dog a new trick
 
timf
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Oct 03, 2019 12:59 pm

SELMER40 wrote:
n515cr wrote:

8124 is not having a good start.

I'm not sure why it was on the ground for 3 hours at DFW, but nothing else appears to be the fault of 8124. It was sent to MEM to serve as a rescue flight for a different aircraft that had diverted there, then due to the late departure from DFW they were forced to land at JFK since LGA has a curfew.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Oct 04, 2019 4:03 pm

CRJ200flyer wrote:
bugsbegone wrote:
CRJ200flyer wrote:
How many A220-100s are now planned to be delivered by YE2019?


4 were delivered in 2018 and the plan was to take 24 for calendar year 2019 for a Year End total of 28.


Thank you, so three deliveries remaining in 2019.


Unless the Mirabel line is going to up the delivery pace to a different customer and slow it down for Delta, my guess is that they will take more than 24 this year. The 22nd airplane has already flown (8126), and there are still two full months of production. If 8126 delivers in October, they are averaging 2.2 a month for this year, so that would mean four or five more coming this year. I am not sure about this - as the Air Canada delivery ramp up could slow things down for DL. But my money is on more than two for the remainder of the year.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Oct 05, 2019 1:17 am

n515cr wrote:
8125 should be delivered later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n125du
3809 should exit SSW mods and RTS tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n809dn

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 30 Sep 2019


Boeing Mods/Induction

777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122
777-200ER (7CD): 8/8
7001-7008

777-200LR (7CB): 4/10 (+1 in mod)
N701DN 7101 Entered Sep 14, 2019; est. exit Oct 15, 2019
N702DN 7102
N703DN 7103
N704DK 7104 Entered Apr 3, 2018; finished May 3, 2018
N705DN 7105 Entered Feb 25, 2019; finished Mar 28, 2018
N706DN 7106 Entered Sep 6, 2018; finished Nov 1, 2018
N707DN 7107 Entered Mar 23, 2018; finished Apr 23, 2018
N708DN 7108
N709DN 7109
N710DN 7110

767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 1/21 (+3 in mod)
N825MH 1801
N826MH 1802
N827MH 1803
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; est. exit Oct 14, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; est. exit Oct 11, 2019
N835MH 1811
N836MH 1812
N837MH 1813
N838MH 1814
N839MH 1815
N840MH 1816
N841MH 1817
N842MH 1818
N843MH 1819
N844MH 1820
N845MH 1821


757 Mods [Complete]
757-300: (5801-5816)

75E -> 75S: (6801-6818)
C16W44Y108 (PMDL, International/JFK-CA, flatbeds in C, Satellite WiFi, PTVs)

75A/75M -> 75H: (5635-5649)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, Satellite WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, ETOPS)

757/75X -> 75C: (649-652, 654-655, 661-664, 666)
F72 (NBA/Charter configuration)

757/75X/75M -> 75D: (658-660, 665, 667-676, 678-699, 5650-5657, 6700-6717)
F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting)

Ex-Shanghai -> 75P: (6819-6823)
F20W41Y132 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/seats/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, winglets, and ETOPS)


737 Mods/Induction
73W Cabin Refresh (LED mood lighting, soft bulkhead between Y and F, 2Ku
10: 3601-3610

737-800 Mods (AVOD, updated lavs, and LED cabin lighting, 2Ku)
738: 43. 3701-4743
73H: 30. 3744-3773.
73A (Ex-GOL): 3. Sky Interior. 3774-3777
3762 temp parked 8/31/19

737-900ER Induction/Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
31 without split scimitar winglets. 3805-07, 3809-3830, 3901-3906
3809 entered scimitar mods 9/15. Should RTS 10/1
3810 entered scimitar mods 9/22


Airbus Mods/Induction
A319: F12W18Y96 -> F12W18Y102, AVOD, 2Ku: 57
3101-3102, 3114-3149, 3151-3155, 3157-3166, 3168-3171

A320: F12W18Y120 -> P1: F16W18Y126 / P2: F16W18Y123, AVOD, 2Ku: 62
3209, 3212, 3217, 3219-3245, 3247-3278

A320 retirements: 7
3210-3211, 3213-3216, 3218

A220-100 Induction, F12W16Y82, 2Ku: 23/45
8101-8123
@ ATL for induction:
N124DU 8124 Entered Sep 23, 2019; est. exit Oct 3, 2019
N125DU 8125 Entered Sep 30, 2019; est. exit Oct 10, 2019

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 91/127
3001-3077, 3079-3085, 3087, 3090, 3092-3096
@ MCI for induction:
N378DN 3078 Entered Sep 21, 2019; est. exit Oct 2, 2019
N397DN 3096 Entered Sep 24, 2019; est. exit Oct 5, 2019


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 29
N908DA 9208
N909DA 9209
N910DN 9210
N911DA 9211
N912DN 9212
N913DN 9213
N914DN 9214
N915DN 9215
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N919DN 9219
N920DN 9220
N921DN 9221
N922DX 9222
N923DN 9223
N924DN 9224
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N927DN 9227
N928DN 9228
N929DN 9229
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N936DN 9236
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 36 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DA 9201 10/1/2018
N902DA 9202 6/25/2017
N903DA 9203 9/2/2017
N904DA 9204 7/15/2018
N905DA 9205 1/5/2019
N906DA 9206 8/21/2019
N907DA 9207 6/24/2019
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N937DN 9237 8/13/2018
N938DN 9238 11/12/2018
N939DN 9239 11/15/2018
N940DN 9240 1/4/2019
N941DN 9241 3/3/2019
N942DN 9242 2/3/2019
N943DN 9243 1/3/2019
N944DN 9244 12/12/2018
N945DN 9245 2/14/2019
N946DN 9246 5/5/2019
N947DN 9247 8/7/2019
N948DN 9248 10/14/2018
N949DN 9249 11/15/2018
N950DN 9250 9/5/2019
N951DN 9251 9/1/2019
N952DN 9252 6/17/2019
N953DN 9253 6/3/2018
N954DN 9254 5/12/2018
N955DN 9255 4/15/2018
N956DN 9256 1/3/2018
N957DN 9257 2/28/2018
N958DN 9258 10/1/2017
N959DN 9259 1/15/2018
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 60
N905DL 905
N907DL 907
N908DL 908
N910DL 910
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N957DL 957
N958DL 958
N959DL 959
N960DL 960
N961DL 961
N962DL 962
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N975DL 975
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N986DL 986
N987DL 987
N989DL 989
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
N992DL 992
N993DL 993
N994DL 994
N995DL 995
N996DL 996
N997DL 997
N998DL 998
N999DN 999
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N904DE 9004
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N909DE 9009
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
N916DE 9016
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 60 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N911DL 911 8/31/19, temp storage
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019, temp storage
N918DL 918 7/07/2018
N919DL 919 3/25/2018
N920DL 920 10/30/2017
N921DL 921 8/19/2018
N922DL 922 9/25/2019, temp storage
N923DL 923 3/22/2018
N924DL 924 10/30/2018
N925DL 925 9/15/2017
N926DL 926 5/29/2018
N927DA 927 8/10/2018
N928DL 928 8/28/2017
N929DL 929 1/05/2018
N930DL 930 12/02/2017
N931DL 931 5/11/2018
N932DL 932 9/15/2018
N933DL 933 9/28/2018
N934DL 934 7/01/2018
N935DL 935 11/21/2018
N936DL 936 12/9/2018
N937DL 937 12/21/2018
N938DL 938 11/1/2018
N939DL 939 9/23/2018
N940DL 940 11/13/2017
N941DL 941 9/18/2018
N942DL 942 9/7/2018
N943DL 943 10/31/2018
N944DL 944 11/2/2018
N945DL 945 11/18/2018
N946DL 946 12/15/2018
N947DL 947 6/11/2019
N948DL 948 1/19/2019
N949DL 949 9/17/2019
N950DL 950 1/28/2019
N951DL 951 2/18/2019
N952DL 952 1/3/2019
N953DL 953 8/26/2019
N954DL 954 2/15/2019
N955DL 955 9/9/2019
N956DL 956 8/31/2019
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N980DL 980 5/12/2019
N981DL 981 8/3/2019
N982DL 982 6/30/2019
N983DL 983 6/3/2019
N984DL 984 8/31/2019
N985DL 985 7/19/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019, temp storage
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018



can you put the configurations for all aircraft types? like you have for the 777s and 764?

I especially can't track the 757 and 737 configurations.

Thanks in advance
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:46 pm

I removed a lot of that for formatting recently since those mods have been done for a while. Check out the August 31 summary for that info: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1411863&p=21626411#p21626411
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 1:12 pm

N828MH, the only completed refurbished 764, has not flown in 3 days, Anyone know why?
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 8:00 pm

3810 RTS this morning and should have SSW: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n810dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 8:24 pm

jumbojet wrote:
N828MH, the only completed refurbished 764, has not flown in 3 days, Anyone know why?

It’s in ATL right now, so hopefully it’s finally getting the new IFE certified.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 10:58 pm

Should they appear on the market, I wonder if Delta would consider picking up late model 757's to replace those early ones being retired? The true potential of the 757 seems to have only been realized after they were no longer offered for sale....and the 797 is not here yet. :stirthepot:

Jim
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:01 pm

tnair1974 wrote:
I suppose time will tell if the current oldest A320s will run out of cycles first (now that DL A320s are seemingly being used more on shorter flights), hours first, or will leave a little earlier due to rising maintenance costs.


So in what order do you assume Delta will retire it's oldest jets? The list below is all jets that are older than anything in the American fleet. Do you think the B767s or the A320s will be last?

Frankly I always assumed the A320s would be retired after the MD-88s mostly because they would be the easiest to sell

oldest - number- model
32.7 58 MD-88
32.1 33 B757
29.4 17 B767
29.2 34 A320-212
total 142 older than the oldest jet in American Airlines fleet


32.7 N905DL MD-88
32.5 N907DL MD-88
32.5 N908DL MD-88
32.1 N910DL MD-88
31.9 N912DL MD-88
31.7 N913DL MD-88
31.7 N916DL MD-88
31.5 N917DL MD-88
29.6 N957DL MD-88
29.5 N958DL MD-88
29.5 N960DL MD-88
29.5 N961DL MD-88
29.4 N959DL MD-88
29.4 N962DL MD-88
29.4 N963DL MD-88
29.1 N964DL MD-88
29.1 N965DL MD-88
28.9 N966DL MD-88
28.9 N967DL MD-88
28.8 N969DL MD-88
28.8 N968DL MD-88
28.8 N970DL MD-88
28.7 N971DL MD-88
28.6 N972DL MD-88
28.6 N973DL MD-88
28.6 N974DL MD-88
28.6 N975DL MD-88
28.6 N976DL MD-88
28.5 N978DL MD-88
28.5 N979DL MD-88
28.0 N987DL MD-88
28.0 N986DL MD-88
27.9 N990DL MD-88
27.9 N989DL MD-88
27.9 N991DL MD-88
27.9 N992DL MD-88
27.8 N993DL MD-88
27.8 N994DL MD-88
27.7 N995DL MD-88
27.7 N996DL MD-88
27.7 N997DL MD-88
27.7 N998DL MD-88
27.7 N999DN MD-88
27.7 N902DE MD-88
27.6 N900DE MD-88
27.6 N901DE MD-88
27.6 N903DE MD-88
27.5 N904DE MD-88
27.5 N905DE MD-88
27.0 N906DE MD-88
27.0 N907DE MD-88
27.0 N908DE MD-88
27.0 N909DE MD-88
26.9 N910DE MD-88
26.8 N911DE MD-88
26.8 N912DE MD-88
26.6 N915DE MD-88
26.6 N916DE MD-88
.
29.4 N171DN 767-332
29.3 N172DN 767-332
29.3 N174DN 767-332
29.2 N175DN 767-332
28.9 N152DL 767-332
28.9 N176DN 767-332
28.8 N177DN 767-332
28.7 N178DN 767-332
28.6 N179DN 767-332
28.1 N154DL 767-332
28.1 N155DL 767-332
27.8 N156DL 767-332
27.5 N180DN 767-332
27.2 N181DN 767-332
27.0 N182DN 767-332
26.5 N183DN 767-332
26.4 N184DN 767-332
.
30.4 N649DL 757-232
30.4 N650DL 757-232
30.2 N651DL 757-232
30.2 N652DL 757-232
29.6 N654DL 757-232
29.6 N655DL 757-232
29.4 N658DL 757-232
29.3 N659DL 757-232
29.3 N660DL 757-232
28.8 N661DN 757-232
28.7 N662DN 757-232
28.7 N663DN 757-232
28.7 N664DN 757-232
28.6 N665DN 757-232
28.6 N666DN 757-232
28.6 N667DN 757-232
28.3 N668DN 757-232
28.3 N669DN 757-232
27.8 N670DN 757-232
27.8 N671DN 757-232
27.7 N672DL 757-232
27.6 N673DL 757-232
27.6 N674DL 757-232
27.5 N675DL 757-232
27.4 N676DL 757-232
27.3 N678DL 757-232
26.9 N679DA 757-232
26.9 N680DA 757-232
26.7 N681DA 757-232
26.7 N682DA 757-232
26.6 N683DA 757-232
26.6 N684DA 757-232
26.5 N624AG 757-232
.
29.2 N309US A320
28.8 N312US A320
28.5 N317US A320
28.4 N319US A320
28.4 N320US A320
28.0 N322US A320
28.0 N321US A320
27.9 N323US A320
27.9 N324US A320
27.8 N325US A320
27.8 N326US A320
27.7 N327NW A320
27.7 N328NW A320
27.6 N329NW A320
27.6 N330NW A320
27.5 N331NW A320
27.5 N332NW A320
27.4 N333NW A320
27.4 N334NW A320
27.3 N335NW A320
27.2 N336NW A320
27.1 N337NW A320
27.1 N338NW A320
27.0 N339NW A320
27.0 N340NW A320
26.9 N341NW A320
26.9 N342NW A320
26.9 N343NW A320
26.9 N344NW A320
26.7 N345NW A320
26.7 N347NW A320
26.6 N348NW A320
26.6 N349NW A320
26.5 N350NA A320
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:10 pm

PacoMartin wrote:
tnair1974 wrote:
I suppose time will tell if the current oldest A320s will run out of cycles first (now that DL A320s are seemingly being used more on shorter flights), hours first, or will leave a little earlier due to rising maintenance costs.


So in what order do you assume Delta will retire it's oldest jets? The list below is all jets that are older than anything in the American fleet. Do you think the B767s or the A320s will be last?

32.7 N905DL MD-88
32.5 N907DL MD-88
32.5 N908DL MD-88
32.1 N910DL MD-88
31.9 N912DL MD-88
31.7 N913DL MD-88
31.7 N916DL MD-88
31.5 N917DL MD-88
29.6 N957DL MD-88
29.5 N958DL MD-88
29.5 N960DL MD-88
29.5 N961DL MD-88
29.4 N959DL MD-88
29.4 N962DL MD-88
29.4 N963DL MD-88
29.1 N964DL MD-88
29.1 N965DL MD-88
28.9 N966DL MD-88
28.9 N967DL MD-88
28.8 N969DL MD-88
28.8 N968DL MD-88
28.8 N970DL MD-88
28.7 N971DL MD-88
28.6 N972DL MD-88
28.6 N973DL MD-88
28.6 N974DL MD-88
28.6 N975DL MD-88
28.6 N976DL MD-88
28.5 N978DL MD-88
28.5 N979DL MD-88
28.0 N987DL MD-88
28.0 N986DL MD-88
27.9 N990DL MD-88
27.9 N989DL MD-88
27.9 N991DL MD-88
27.9 N992DL MD-88
27.8 N993DL MD-88
27.8 N994DL MD-88
27.7 N995DL MD-88
27.7 N996DL MD-88
27.7 N997DL MD-88
27.7 N998DL MD-88
27.7 N999DN MD-88
27.7 N902DE MD-88
27.6 N900DE MD-88
27.6 N901DE MD-88
27.6 N903DE MD-88
27.5 N904DE MD-88
27.5 N905DE MD-88
27.0 N906DE MD-88
27.0 N907DE MD-88
27.0 N908DE MD-88
27.0 N909DE MD-88
26.9 N910DE MD-88
26.8 N911DE MD-88
26.8 N912DE MD-88
26.6 N915DE MD-88
26.6 N916DE MD-88
.
29.4 N171DN 767-332
29.3 N172DN 767-332
29.3 N174DN 767-332
29.2 N175DN 767-332
28.9 N152DL 767-332
28.9 N176DN 767-332
28.8 N177DN 767-332
28.7 N178DN 767-332
28.6 N179DN 767-332
28.1 N154DL 767-332
28.1 N155DL 767-332
27.8 N156DL 767-332
27.5 N180DN 767-332
27.2 N181DN 767-332
27.0 N182DN 767-332
26.5 N183DN 767-332
26.4 N184DN 767-332
.
30.4 N649DL 757-232
30.4 N650DL 757-232
30.2 N651DL 757-232
30.2 N652DL 757-232
29.6 N654DL 757-232
29.6 N655DL 757-232
29.4 N658DL 757-232
29.3 N659DL 757-232
29.3 N660DL 757-232
28.8 N661DN 757-232
28.7 N662DN 757-232
28.7 N663DN 757-232
28.7 N664DN 757-232
28.6 N665DN 757-232
28.6 N666DN 757-232
28.6 N667DN 757-232
28.3 N668DN 757-232
28.3 N669DN 757-232
27.8 N670DN 757-232
27.8 N671DN 757-232
27.7 N672DL 757-232
27.6 N673DL 757-232
27.6 N674DL 757-232
27.5 N675DL 757-232
27.4 N676DL 757-232
27.3 N678DL 757-232
26.9 N679DA 757-232
26.9 N680DA 757-232
26.7 N681DA 757-232
26.7 N682DA 757-232
26.6 N683DA 757-232
26.6 N684DA 757-232
26.5 N624AG 757-232
.
29.2 N309US A320
28.8 N312US A320
28.5 N317US A320
28.4 N319US A320
28.4 N320US A320
28.0 N322US A320
28.0 N321US A320
27.9 N323US A320
27.9 N324US A320
27.8 N325US A320
27.8 N326US A320
27.7 N327NW A320
27.7 N328NW A320
27.6 N329NW A320
27.6 N330NW A320
27.5 N331NW A320
27.5 N332NW A320
27.4 N333NW A320
27.4 N334NW A320
27.3 N335NW A320
27.2 N336NW A320
27.1 N337NW A320
27.1 N338NW A320
27.0 N339NW A320
27.0 N340NW A320
26.9 N341NW A320
26.9 N342NW A320
26.9 N343NW A320
26.9 N344NW A320
26.7 N345NW A320
26.7 N347NW A320
26.6 N348NW A320
26.6 N349NW A320
26.5 N350NA A320


A320. The 767 is from 1982.
Stuck at age 15 thanks to the certification date of the A320-200 and my parents' decision to postpone having a kid by 3 years. At least there's Dignitas...
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:33 pm

1989worstyear wrote:
A320. The 767 is from 1982.


While it is true that the first B767 was delivered to Delta in 1982, they have retired their -200 and -300 variants.
Delta's oldest active B767 was delivered in June 1990.
Delta's oldest active A320 was delivered in Oct 1990 to Northwest.

New deliveries
15 767-200 25. Oct. 1982
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:43 pm

NateGreat wrote:
jumbojet wrote:
N828MH, the only completed refurbished 764, has not flown in 3 days, Anyone know why?

It’s in ATL right now, so hopefully it’s finally getting the new IFE certified.


hopefully thats all it is. How long does that take and why wasnt it done while it was in mods?

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