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n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri Feb 21, 2020 12:59 pm

3089 finally en route after a couple of delays: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n389dn
 
Delta350
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:30 am

Why did N401DZ fly to ATL?
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sun Feb 23, 2020 3:01 pm

1001 to enter revenue service later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n101dq
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Feb 24, 2020 1:35 pm

 
TropicalSky
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Feb 24, 2020 4:52 pm

This would leave about 3 more to be refurbished?

n515cr wrote:
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:22 pm

TropicalSky wrote:
This would leave about 3 more to be refurbished?

n515cr wrote:

8 still have the old cabin:
1805
1806
1808
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:25 pm

n515cr wrote:

1814 in the air now.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Feb 27, 2020 8:27 pm

 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri Feb 28, 2020 1:28 pm

 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 02, 2020 1:44 pm

N908DA to return from storage at QRO: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n908da
9211 should retire today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n911da

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 02 Mar 2020

Boeing Mods/Induction
777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122 [Complete]
777-200ER (7CD): 8. 7001-7008
777-200LR (7CB): 10. 7101-7110


767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 10/21 (+4 in mod)
N825MH 1801 Entered Feb 19, 2020; est. exit May 9, 2020
N826MH 1802 Entered Nov 17, 2019; finished Jan 19, 2020
N827MH 1803 Entered Feb 26, 2020; est. exit May 16, 2020
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; finished Nov 12, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; finished Nov 24, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; finished Nov 17, 2019
N835MH 1811 Entered Oct 1, 2019; finished Dec 5, 2019
N836MH 1812 Entered Nov 20, 2019; finished Jan 28, 2020
N837MH 1813 Entered Nov 29, 2019; finished Feb 18, 2020
N838MH 1814 Entered Dec 10, 2019; finished Feb 25, 2020
N839MH 1815 Entered Jan 22, 2019; est. exit Mar 27, 2020
N840MH 1816 Entered Jan 23, 2019; est. exit Mar 18, 2020
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)
6713 temp parked 9/4/19

Ex-Shanghai -> 75G: (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
15 without split scimitar winglets: 3822-3830, 3901-3906
3821 entered ATL Feb 28


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: 29/45
8101-8129
@ ATL for induction:
N130DU 8130 Entered Feb 29, 2020; est. exit Mar 9, 2020

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 98/127
3001-3098, 1001
@ MCI/MSP/SAL for induction:
N389DN 308 Entered Feb 22, 2020; est. exit Mar 4, 2020


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 24
N908DA 9208 @QRO 11/1/2019 – 3/2/2020
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
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 41 (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
N909DA 9209 12/2/2039, temp storage
N910DN 9210 2/9/2020
N911DA 9211 3/2/2020
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N929DN 9229 10/28/2019, temp storage
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N936DN 9236 11/22/2019, temp storage
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: 48
N905DL 905
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N958DL 958
N960DL 960
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N987DL 987
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
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
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 72 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N907DL 907 12/3/2019
N908DL 908 10/28/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N910DL 910 9/10/2019
N911DL 911 8/31/19
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019
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
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
N957DL 957 10/26/2019
N959DL 959 10/16/2019
N961DL 961 12/3/2019
N962DL 962 12/3/2019
N975DL 975 11/25/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
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
N986DL 986 12/17/19
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N989DL 989 10/11/2019
N992DL 992 12/3/2019
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N916DE 9016 10/27/2019
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
 
Delta350
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Mar 05, 2020 5:12 am

n515cr wrote:
N908DA to return from storage at QRO: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n908da
9211 should retire today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n911da

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 02 Mar 2020

Boeing Mods/Induction
777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122 [Complete]
777-200ER (7CD): 8. 7001-7008
777-200LR (7CB): 10. 7101-7110


767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 10/21 (+4 in mod)
N825MH 1801 Entered Feb 19, 2020; est. exit May 9, 2020
N826MH 1802 Entered Nov 17, 2019; finished Jan 19, 2020
N827MH 1803 Entered Feb 26, 2020; est. exit May 16, 2020
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; finished Nov 12, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; finished Nov 24, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; finished Nov 17, 2019
N835MH 1811 Entered Oct 1, 2019; finished Dec 5, 2019
N836MH 1812 Entered Nov 20, 2019; finished Jan 28, 2020
N837MH 1813 Entered Nov 29, 2019; finished Feb 18, 2020
N838MH 1814 Entered Dec 10, 2019; finished Feb 25, 2020
N839MH 1815 Entered Jan 22, 2019; est. exit Mar 27, 2020
N840MH 1816 Entered Jan 23, 2019; est. exit Mar 18, 2020
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)
6713 temp parked 9/4/19

Ex-Shanghai -> 75G: (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
15 without split scimitar winglets: 3822-3830, 3901-3906
3821 entered ATL Feb 28


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: 29/45
8101-8129
@ ATL for induction:
N130DU 8130 Entered Feb 29, 2020; est. exit Mar 9, 2020

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 98/127
3001-3098, 1001
@ MCI/MSP/SAL for induction:
N389DN 308 Entered Feb 22, 2020; est. exit Mar 4, 2020


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 24
N908DA 9208 @QRO 11/1/2019 – 3/2/2020
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
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 41 (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
N909DA 9209 12/2/2039, temp storage
N910DN 9210 2/9/2020
N911DA 9211 3/2/2020
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N929DN 9229 10/28/2019, temp storage
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N936DN 9236 11/22/2019, temp storage
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: 48
N905DL 905
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N958DL 958
N960DL 960
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N987DL 987
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
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
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 72 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N907DL 907 12/3/2019
N908DL 908 10/28/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N910DL 910 9/10/2019
N911DL 911 8/31/19
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019
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
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
N957DL 957 10/26/2019
N959DL 959 10/16/2019
N961DL 961 12/3/2019
N962DL 962 12/3/2019
N975DL 975 11/25/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
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
N986DL 986 12/17/19
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N989DL 989 10/11/2019
N992DL 992 12/3/2019
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N916DE 9016 10/27/2019
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018

Is the active MD fleet in age order?
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Mar 05, 2020 9:22 pm

8130 ferried to RSW today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n130du. Interesting/unusual move...
Assuming it's done with induction, that covers 2/3 of the 221 fleet.
 
UA444
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri Mar 06, 2020 3:32 am

When do the 717s get PTVs?
 
MIflyer12
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri Mar 06, 2020 12:14 pm

Delta350 wrote:
Is the active MD fleet in age order?


Planespotters.net will be happy to sort for you with one click: tail number, Delta receipt date, fleet number, or age. Click on the type, click on the current count, then sort away.

https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Delta-Air-Lines
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri Mar 06, 2020 1:27 pm

8131 showing delivery flight today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n131du
 
tnair1974
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri Mar 06, 2020 9:38 pm

How many of the youngest DL A320s have yet to receive the Airbus life extension? IIRC, a few A320s were getting the extension last fall.

Also, what about the A319s?
 
ifIHadWings
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sat Mar 07, 2020 12:30 am

n515cr wrote:
8130 ferried to RSW today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n130du. Interesting/unusual move...
Assuming it's done with induction, that covers 2/3 of the 221 fleet.


In contrast, FlightAware says that DL9937 on March 5 was operated by a B757-200 and not by an A220-100. I would guess that was a possible 757 charter flight for baseball spring training (as that would make more sense then sending down a new A220).
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL ... /KATL/KRSW


Also, they say N131DU is en-route on a ferry flight from Montreal-Mirabel to ATL today (March 6):
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N131DU
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL ... /CYMX/KATL
 
TropicalSky
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:40 pm

Well the A220's will be replacing some Md 88's flying as it appears all are leaving this yr

https://airlinerwatch.com/delta-air-lin ... me-of-its/
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sun Mar 08, 2020 3:57 pm

Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sun Mar 08, 2020 7:51 pm

TW870 wrote:
Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.


Wouldn't it make more sense to store the 757s and 767s as opposed to retiring them as if it were a seasonal drawdown? Obviously, it's unclear how long Coronavirus is going to be an issue, but I know DL used to park excess capacity during Winters, etc.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sun Mar 08, 2020 11:40 pm

TW870 wrote:
Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.


As you and others touched on, it's not all DL 757s/767s in the crosshairs. Bad enough when real facts cause some upheaval, but that has to....and can be dealt with. But it's worse when anyone uses poor reading comprehension skills then posts false/misleading information. For those that missed the links, DL is at least considering accelerating some MD-88/MD-90 retirements, as well as considering some 757s and 767s for early retirement (although the first article title perhaps could have been phrased better).
https://airlinerwatch.com/delta-air-lin ... me-of-its/

Also,
https://thepointsguy.com/news/delta-con ... -response/

To be sure, the oldest DL 752 is a 1989 model (currently flying sports charters last I heard). The most vintage DL 752 in scheduled passenger service is from 1990. But at the same time, DL has the last two 752s built, and the DL 753s are also relatively young as well as some more middle age 763ERs/764ERs.

As pointed out, this is indeed still a fluid situation. Hopefully it won't be like a post-9/11 scenario, but suppose time will tell. This is off the top of my head, but in the aftermath of 9/11 UA quickly sent all remaining 722s and 732s to retirement. Ditto CO and all their DC-10-30s. Ditto US and all their 732s (maybe their relatively new F100s also?), etc, etc.

Regarding just temporarily parking some planes to possibly bring them back later, I'm only being a Monday morning armchair airline operator but DL could cut across the board including a few 738s, a few A320s/A319s, some newer 763s, etc. If things get worse, perhaps DL could do things like permanently retire a few of their oldest A320s which are currently nearing 30 years old, especially those old A320s that use the more vintage -5A1 version of the CFM56 engines (the newer DL A320s use the -5A3 powerplants). But of course it's the bean counters and other pros earning their bread at DL that will make these decisions depending on how this new virus plays out; hoping for more minimal fallout, but preparing for worse outcomes.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 09, 2020 1:11 am

tnair1974 wrote:
TW870 wrote:
Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.


As you and others touched on, it's not all DL 757s/767s in the crosshairs. Bad enough when real facts cause some upheaval, but that has to....and can be dealt with. But it's worse when anyone uses poor reading comprehension skills then posts false/misleading information. For those that missed the links, DL is at least considering accelerating some MD-88/MD-90 retirements, as well as considering some 757s and 767s for early retirement (although the first article title perhaps could have been phrased better).
https://airlinerwatch.com/delta-air-lin ... me-of-its/

Also,
https://thepointsguy.com/news/delta-con ... -response/

To be sure, the oldest DL 752 is a 1989 model (currently flying sports charters last I heard). The most vintage DL 752 in scheduled passenger service is from 1990. But at the same time, DL has the last two 752s built, and the DL 753s are also relatively young as well as some more middle age 763ERs/764ERs.

As pointed out, this is indeed still a fluid situation. Hopefully it won't be like a post-9/11 scenario, but suppose time will tell. This is off the top of my head, but in the aftermath of 9/11 UA quickly sent all remaining 722s and 732s to retirement. Ditto CO and all their DC-10-30s. Ditto US and all their 732s (maybe their relatively new F100s also?), etc, etc.

Regarding just temporarily parking some planes to possibly bring them back later, I'm only being a Monday morning armchair airline operator but DL could cut across the board including a few 738s, a few A320s/A319s, some newer 763s, etc. If things get worse, perhaps DL could do things like permanently retire a few of their oldest A320s which are currently nearing 30 years old, especially those old A320s that use the more vintage -5A1 version of the CFM56 engines (the newer DL A320s use the -5A3 powerplants). But of course it's the bean counters and other pros earning their bread at DL that will make these decisions depending on how this new virus plays out; hoping for more minimal fallout, but preparing for worse outcomes.


At least Delta has a working plan to retire the M88 fleet by the end of this year. There were 3 M88's sent off to storage earlier this year. The next group of M88's (number unknown) are scheduled for retirement in April. Since the M88's are based in ATL and used for out-back hub legs to medium-to-smaller stations (for Delta), it seems that the B717 is the replacement aircraft of choice, even though it has less capacity. So far, the A220's have primarily been used as "hub raiders" for routes like LGA-DFW, SLC-DEN, DTW-IAH, etc. and not on their regional routes feeding ATL, but that could change as more get delivered.

What may get accelerated is the retirement of the M90 fleet. Last July Delta announced they were planning to retire all M90's by 2022, but given the recent crisis, need to cut capacity and streamline their fleet, I'm wondering if they don't move this up to coincide with the M88 fleet retirement by the end of this year?

As for Delta's bigger jets, I wonder if those 4 ex-LATAM A350's due this year might be put into temporary storage since they were likely intended for Asian routes? Also, will Delta have Airbus slow down deliveries on the A339's until this crisis is past? This bears watching...
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 09, 2020 1:39 am

FLALEFTY wrote:
tnair1974 wrote:
TW870 wrote:
Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.


As you and others touched on, it's not all DL 757s/767s in the crosshairs. Bad enough when real facts cause some upheaval, but that has to....and can be dealt with. But it's worse when anyone uses poor reading comprehension skills then posts false/misleading information. For those that missed the links, DL is at least considering accelerating some MD-88/MD-90 retirements, as well as considering some 757s and 767s for early retirement (although the first article title perhaps could have been phrased better).
https://airlinerwatch.com/delta-air-lin ... me-of-its/

Also,
https://thepointsguy.com/news/delta-con ... -response/

To be sure, the oldest DL 752 is a 1989 model (currently flying sports charters last I heard). The most vintage DL 752 in scheduled passenger service is from 1990. But at the same time, DL has the last two 752s built, and the DL 753s are also relatively young as well as some more middle age 763ERs/764ERs.

As pointed out, this is indeed still a fluid situation. Hopefully it won't be like a post-9/11 scenario, but suppose time will tell. This is off the top of my head, but in the aftermath of 9/11 UA quickly sent all remaining 722s and 732s to retirement. Ditto CO and all their DC-10-30s. Ditto US and all their 732s (maybe their relatively new F100s also?), etc, etc.

Regarding just temporarily parking some planes to possibly bring them back later, I'm only being a Monday morning armchair airline operator but DL could cut across the board including a few 738s, a few A320s/A319s, some newer 763s, etc. If things get worse, perhaps DL could do things like permanently retire a few of their oldest A320s which are currently nearing 30 years old, especially those old A320s that use the more vintage -5A1 version of the CFM56 engines (the newer DL A320s use the -5A3 powerplants). But of course it's the bean counters and other pros earning their bread at DL that will make these decisions depending on how this new virus plays out; hoping for more minimal fallout, but preparing for worse outcomes.


At least Delta has a working plan to retire the M88 fleet by the end of this year. There were 3 M88's sent off to storage earlier this year. The next group of M88's (number unknown) are scheduled for retirement in April. Since the M88's are based in ATL and used for out-back hub legs to medium-to-smaller stations (for Delta), it seems that the B717 is the replacement aircraft of choice, even though it has less capacity. So far, the A220's have primarily been used as "hub raiders" for routes like LGA-DFW, SLC-DEN, DTW-IAH, etc. and not on their regional routes feeding ATL, but that could change as more get delivered.

What may get accelerated is the retirement of the M90 fleet. Last July Delta announced they were planning to retire all M90's by 2022, but given the recent crisis, need to cut capacity and streamline their fleet, I'm wondering if they don't move this up to coincide with the M88 fleet retirement by the end of this year?

As for Delta's bigger jets, I wonder if those 4 ex-LATAM A350's due this year might be put into temporary storage since they were likely intended for Asian routes? Also, will Delta have Airbus slow down deliveries on the A339's until this crisis is past? This bears watching...

There’s only so much TPAC they can use all eventual A359s and A339s for, at least without shuffling around the 777 fleet. I see AMS, CDG, and other busy non-TPAC routes receiving A359s and A339s, as well as 777s.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 09, 2020 10:38 am

FLALEFTY wrote:
What may get accelerated is the retirement of the M90 fleet. Last July Delta announced they were planning to retire all M90's by 2022, but given the recent crisis, need to cut capacity and streamline their fleet, I'm wondering if they don't move this up to coincide with the M88 fleet retirement by the end of this year?


The problem with that is retiring an MD-90 turns the value to zero. There is no market for parts. There are (?) no freighter conversions as exist for aged 757s and 767s. If the MD-90s have time and cycles left, fly them: park a few 738s or youngish A320s instead, like DL has stored both a few widebody and narrowbody aircraft in winter. Parking 320s also flattens out the training demand as DL continues to receive 321ceos and neos. That improves pilot productivity - more time flying instead of in training to move into a new type.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 09, 2020 6:49 pm

MIflyer12 wrote:
FLALEFTY wrote:
What may get accelerated is the retirement of the M90 fleet. Last July Delta announced they were planning to retire all M90's by 2022, but given the recent crisis, need to cut capacity and streamline their fleet, I'm wondering if they don't move this up to coincide with the M88 fleet retirement by the end of this year?


The problem with that is retiring an MD-90 turns the value to zero. There is no market for parts. There are (?) no freighter conversions as exist for aged 757s and 767s. If the MD-90s have time and cycles left, fly them: park a few 738s or youngish A320s instead, like DL has stored both a few widebody and narrowbody aircraft in winter. Parking 320s also flattens out the training demand as DL continues to receive 321ceos and neos. That improves pilot productivity - more time flying instead of in training to move into a new type.


Good point. I think what will determine what Delta decides to do with the M90 this year depends on just how deep and long this crisis goes. However, sticking to the current plans Delta will still have to convert M88 crews to other types as this year progresses and the M88 fleet will be effectively scrap value.

There are certain long-haul routes flown by the B763ER that I would expect to be suspended soon (e.g. the MCO-AMS and TPA-AMS routes). B757's, which are largely used to bulk-up capacity between key O&D markets (e.g. MCO, TPA) and hubs (e.g. ATL) might get pulled from those routes as demand declines. But Delta has the last 28 of their big A321CEO order left to be delivered this year along with plans to take delivery of some A321NEO's this year, too. Restructuring the remaining CEO deliveries might be in the "too hard pile", but I would not be surprised if Delta chose to reschedule deliveries of the NEO's until after this crisis is past.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Tue Mar 10, 2020 6:00 am

tnair1974 wrote:
TW870 wrote:
Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.


As you and others touched on, it's not all DL 757s/767s in the crosshairs. Bad enough when real facts cause some upheaval, but that has to....and can be dealt with. But it's worse when anyone uses poor reading comprehension skills then posts false/misleading information. For those that missed the links, DL is at least considering accelerating some MD-88/MD-90 retirements, as well as considering some 757s and 767s for early retirement (although the first article title perhaps could have been phrased better).
https://airlinerwatch.com/delta-air-lin ... me-of-its/

Also,
https://thepointsguy.com/news/delta-con ... -response/

To be sure, the oldest DL 752 is a 1989 model (currently flying sports charters last I heard). The most vintage DL 752 in scheduled passenger service is from 1990. But at the same time, DL has the last two 752s built, and the DL 753s are also relatively young as well as some more middle age 763ERs/764ERs.

As pointed out, this is indeed still a fluid situation. Hopefully it won't be like a post-9/11 scenario, but suppose time will tell. This is off the top of my head, but in the aftermath of 9/11 UA quickly sent all remaining 722s and 732s to retirement. Ditto CO and all their DC-10-30s. Ditto US and all their 732s (maybe their relatively new F100s also?), etc, etc.

Regarding just temporarily parking some planes to possibly bring them back later, I'm only being a Monday morning armchair airline operator but DL could cut across the board including a few 738s, a few A320s/A319s, some newer 763s, etc. If things get worse, perhaps DL could do things like permanently retire a few of their oldest A320s which are currently nearing 30 years old, especially those old A320s that use the more vintage -5A1 version of the CFM56 engines (the newer DL A320s use the -5A3 powerplants). But of course it's the bean counters and other pros earning their bread at DL that will make these decisions depending on how this new virus plays out; hoping for more minimal fallout, but preparing for worse outcomes.


The 76T's, which are the youngest 763's by nearly 10 years, have already been removed from scheduled service according to the WB fleet thread. If they're getting rid of the newest ones first, that doesn't bode well for the rest of the fleet.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:25 pm

ifIHadWings wrote:
n515cr wrote:
8130 ferried to RSW today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n130du. Interesting/unusual move...
Assuming it's done with induction, that covers 2/3 of the 221 fleet.


In contrast, FlightAware says that DL9937 on March 5 was operated by a B757-200 and not by an A220-100. I would guess that was a possible 757 charter flight for baseball spring training (as that would make more sense then sending down a new A220).
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL ... /KATL/KRSW


Also, they say N131DU is en-route on a ferry flight from Montreal-Mirabel to ATL today (March 6):
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N131DU
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL ... /CYMX/KATL


8130 to enter revenue service tomorrow (at time of this post): https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n130du. Will now assume it had an 11-day induction (2/29-3/11).
8131 is interestingly also showing a flight to RSW per FR24 (nothing on FA): https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n130du. Unsure what the RSW segment is about unless it's just a random filing. Now suspect it'll be on a similar path as 8130.
3821 showing RTS tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n821dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Mar 11, 2020 1:00 am

1989worstyear wrote:
tnair1974 wrote:
TW870 wrote:
Absolute bonkers posts about retiring all 757 and 767s. So terrible for everyone in the industry to add stress and drama to an already tense situation.

Interestingly, even if they did park some of the 75/6 fleet and speed up the -88 draw-down, that would very much be consistent with the history of airline fleet planning, as it is industry down cycles - and not just maintenance schedules - that often guide the decision to pull fleets. After the 1973 oil shock, for example, you saw TWA pull its CV880s, and United pull its 720s. The 1979 oil shock accelerated the draw-down pace for the remaining 707s and DC-8s at many carriers.

The bottom line is we don't fully know how bad this downturn is going to be, so no one at any airline can predict exactly what role the oldest aircraft are going to play over the coming months and years.


As you and others touched on, it's not all DL 757s/767s in the crosshairs. Bad enough when real facts cause some upheaval, but that has to....and can be dealt with. But it's worse when anyone uses poor reading comprehension skills then posts false/misleading information. For those that missed the links, DL is at least considering accelerating some MD-88/MD-90 retirements, as well as considering some 757s and 767s for early retirement (although the first article title perhaps could have been phrased better).
https://airlinerwatch.com/delta-air-lin ... me-of-its/

Also,
https://thepointsguy.com/news/delta-con ... -response/

To be sure, the oldest DL 752 is a 1989 model (currently flying sports charters last I heard). The most vintage DL 752 in scheduled passenger service is from 1990. But at the same time, DL has the last two 752s built, and the DL 753s are also relatively young as well as some more middle age 763ERs/764ERs.

As pointed out, this is indeed still a fluid situation. Hopefully it won't be like a post-9/11 scenario, but suppose time will tell. This is off the top of my head, but in the aftermath of 9/11 UA quickly sent all remaining 722s and 732s to retirement. Ditto CO and all their DC-10-30s. Ditto US and all their 732s (maybe their relatively new F100s also?), etc, etc.

Regarding just temporarily parking some planes to possibly bring them back later, I'm only being a Monday morning armchair airline operator but DL could cut across the board including a few 738s, a few A320s/A319s, some newer 763s, etc. If things get worse, perhaps DL could do things like permanently retire a few of their oldest A320s which are currently nearing 30 years old, especially those old A320s that use the more vintage -5A1 version of the CFM56 engines (the newer DL A320s use the -5A3 powerplants). But of course it's the bean counters and other pros earning their bread at DL that will make these decisions depending on how this new virus plays out; hoping for more minimal fallout, but preparing for worse outcomes.


The 76T's, which are the youngest 763's by nearly 10 years, have already been removed from scheduled service according to the WB fleet thread. If they're getting rid of the newest ones first, that doesn't bode well for the rest of the fleet.

Well, just about anything may be possible at this point. Especially with this new virus being unchartered territory in some ways.

But for at least several months, other threads have mentioned DL looking at possibly selling it's younger 763s for freighter conversion (much like AA has been doing with its 767s). At least some of DL's older 763ERs (which probably don't have enough life left to attract much interest on the second hand market) were going to stay with DL and were scheduled for some modest upgrades. Where all these plans stand at this point is anybody's guess. But still no current plans to dispose of all 767s.

Anyway, it's hardly unknow for airlines to sell newer planes but keep older ones of the same type. Right after the first Gulf War, Delta and other operators were hurting financially despite several carriers like Pan Am, Eastern, and Midway going belly up. :cry2: In the aftermath of the war and the early 1990s recession, DL disposed of several virtually brand new 733s in an apparent effort to bring in badly needed income. But the last of the older (ex-WA) 733s weren't retired until 2007 IIRC. I seem to recall AL (later US) selling it's newer D95s not only because they were a little big for smaller stations, but also to simplify engine maintenance as the D95's JT8D engines were newer sub-variants of JT8Ds of AL's older D93s (somebody feel free to confirm/correct).

You have already acknowledged a response to a similar question in another thread, but it may be helpful to link that here (which includes some info I did not know about):
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1437913&start=150#p22075875
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Mar 12, 2020 3:10 am

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3821 in the air now: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n821dn
1002 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n102dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Mar 12, 2020 6:45 pm

1002 on delivery flight now: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n102dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 16, 2020 12:54 pm

8131 has exited induction and entered service: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n131du
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Mar 18, 2020 5:48 pm

https://news.delta.com/ed-bastian-memo- ... our-future

Does anyone want to take a guess which 767's are taking an early trip to the heap? Ed says "older" aircraft, but I thought the 76T' s we're going first?

No mention of the Star Trek the Next Generation Era, explosive kapton wired A320's though...
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Mar 18, 2020 7:16 pm

1989worstyear wrote:
https://news.delta.com/ed-bastian-memo-delta-taking-additional-steps-protect-our-future

Does anyone want to take a guess which 767's are taking an early trip to the heap? Ed says "older" aircraft, but I thought the 76T' s we're going first?

No mention of the Star Trek the Next Generation Era, explosive kapton wired A320's though...


Meanwhile, it looks like the 757s have (fortunately) dodged another bullet, at least for now.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Mar 19, 2020 2:53 pm

DeltaRules wrote:
1989worstyear wrote:
https://news.delta.com/ed-bastian-memo-delta-taking-additional-steps-protect-our-future

Does anyone want to take a guess which 767's are taking an early trip to the heap? Ed says "older" aircraft, but I thought the 76T' s we're going first?

No mention of the Star Trek the Next Generation Era, explosive kapton wired A320's though...


Meanwhile, it looks like the 757s have (fortunately) dodged another bullet, at least for now.


I went through this process during 9/11 when I worked for United. I would say that right now, you have no idea which aircraft will be retired and which won't. Most likely Delta will nearly shut down over the next 45 days - when the pandemic is expected to be especially bad in most countries. At some point, once there is at least some data about demand, they will decide on a particular scale of operations for ramp up. Once they do that, they will run the numbers on which fleets it makes sense to keep long term. Right now everything is a total, random guess because there is no economic data to model, and you have no idea of advanced bookings are "real" - as you don't know the timeline of the pandemic and when prophylaxis/vaccines will mitigate things. The -88/-90 grounding is basically the only thing I think folks can be sure of at this point, as that fleet was supposed to go out during the period that will already - no matter what - be hard hit by the pandemic.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 23, 2020 1:12 pm

1002 showed some revenue flights over the weekend on FR24 that were cancelled. Suspect it's done with induction but may be parked with the current situation.
1816 should be exiting mods soon.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Mon Mar 23, 2020 11:46 pm

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1002 showed some revenue flights over the weekend on FR24 that were cancelled. Suspect it's done with induction but may be parked with the current situation.
1816 should be exiting mods soon.

Where’s 1002?
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Tue Mar 24, 2020 12:29 am

Delta350 wrote:
n515cr wrote:
1002 showed some revenue flights over the weekend on FR24 that were cancelled. Suspect it's done with induction but may be parked with the current situation.
1816 should be exiting mods soon.

Where’s 1002?

Delivered to MSP so assume it's still there.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Tue Mar 24, 2020 12:59 am

n515cr wrote:
Delta350 wrote:
n515cr wrote:
1002 showed some revenue flights over the weekend on FR24 that were cancelled. Suspect it's done with induction but may be parked with the current situation.
1816 should be exiting mods soon.

Where’s 1002?

Delivered to MSP so assume it's still there.

Oh ok
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:33 am

1002 entered revenue service today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n102dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Mar 25, 2020 5:28 am

Well one things for sure -- the much hyped, talked about up-gauging ain't gonna be much of a help for the next 24-36, hell 5 years. All those 321's coming on don't look so juicy now compared to a network that'll be more gauged for CS100 up to 738's.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Mar 25, 2020 8:44 pm

I believe - and can anyone confirm - that Delta has stopped all deliveries for now? On the A220 fleet, N132DU made its third flight at YMX on March 10th and has not flown again. N134DU made its first flight on March 22nd. Normally 132 would already have been delivered. Are these birds going to stay in Canada for now?
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Sun Mar 29, 2020 8:51 am

737-700 fleet is going to Moses Lake MWH was storage.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Wed Apr 15, 2020 6:20 pm

Just realized that I forgot to post this on April 1, figures with the times, so here's the latest:

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 15 Apr 2020

Boeing Mods/Induction
777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122 [Complete]
777-200ER (7CD): 8. 7001-7008
777-200LR (7CB): 10. 7101-7110


767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 10/21 (+4 in mod)
N825MH 1801 Entered Feb 19, 2020; est. exit May 9, 2020
N826MH 1802 Entered Nov 17, 2019; finished Jan 19, 2020
N827MH 1803 Entered Feb 26, 2020; est. exit May 16, 2020
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; finished Nov 12, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; finished Nov 24, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; finished Nov 17, 2019
N835MH 1811 Entered Oct 1, 2019; finished Dec 5, 2019
N836MH 1812 Entered Nov 20, 2019; finished Jan 28, 2020
N837MH 1813 Entered Nov 29, 2019; finished Feb 18, 2020
N838MH 1814 Entered Dec 10, 2019; finished Feb 25, 2020
N839MH 1815 Entered Jan 22, 2019; est. exit Mar 27, 2020, delayed
N840MH 1816 Entered Jan 23, 2019; est. exit Mar 18, 2020, delayed
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)
6713 temp parked 9/4/2019

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


737 NG
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 8/31/2019

737-900ER Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
15 without split scimitar winglets: 3822-3830, 3901-3906


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: 31/45
8101-8131
@ ATL for induction:

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 100/127
3001-3098, 1001-2
@ MCI/MSP/SAL for induction:


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 10
N913DN 9213
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N922DX 9222
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N934DN 9234
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262

Inactive MD-90s: 55 (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
N908DA 9208 @QRO 11/1/2019 – 3/2/2020, BYH 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N909DA 9209 12/2/2039, temp storage
N910DN 9210 3/16/2020 MZJ
N911DA 9211 3/2/2020
N912DN 9212 3/27/2020
N914DN 9214 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N915DN 9215 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N919DN 9219 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N920DN 9220 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N921DN 9221 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N923DN 9223 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N924DN 9224 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N927DN 9227 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N928DN 9228 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N929DN 9229 10/28/2019, temp storage
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019
N931DN 9231 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N935DN 9235 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N936DN 9236 11/22/2019, temp storage
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
N963DN 9263 3/6/2020, QRO
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 27
N905DL 905
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N966DL 966
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N974DL 974
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N990DL 990
N995DL 995
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015

Inactive MD-88s: 93 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N907DL 907 12/3/2019
N908DL 908 10/28/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N910DL 910 9/10/2019
N911DL 911 8/31/2019
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019
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
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
N957DL 957 10/26/2019
N958DL 958 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N959DL 959 10/16/2019
N960DL 960 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N961DL 961 12/3/2019
N962DL 962 12/3/2019
N963DL 963 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N964DL 964 2/24/2020, @ATL
N965DL 965 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N967DL 967 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N968DL 968 4/13/2020, COVID-19 park?
N969DL 969 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N973DL 973 3/7/2020, early retire due to group equip collision in BHM
N975DL 975 11/25/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
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
N986DL 986 12/17/2019
N987DL 987 12/14/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N989DL 989 10/11/2019
N991DL 991 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N992DL 992 12/3/2019
N993DL 993 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N994DL 994 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N996DL 996 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N997DL 997 4/4/2020, COVID-19 park
N998DL 998 4/13/2010, COVID-19 park?
N999DN 999 4/4/2020, COVID-19 park
N904DE 9004 4/4/2020, COVID-19 park
N909DE 9009 3/23/2020, COVID-19 park
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N916DE 9016 10/27/2019
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N918DE 9018 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
N920DE 9020 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Apr 30, 2020 12:41 pm

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 30 Apr 2020

Boeing Mods/Induction
777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122 [Complete]
777-200ER (7CD): 8. 7001-7008
777-200LR (7CB): 10. 7101-7110


767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 10/21 (+4 in mod)
N825MH 1801 Entered Feb 19, 2020; est. exit May 9, 2020
N826MH 1802 Entered Nov 17, 2019; finished Jan 19, 2020
N827MH 1803 Entered Feb 26, 2020; est. exit May 16, 2020
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; finished Nov 12, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; finished Nov 24, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; finished Nov 17, 2019
N835MH 1811 Entered Oct 1, 2019; finished Dec 5, 2019
N836MH 1812 Entered Nov 20, 2019; finished Jan 28, 2020
N837MH 1813 Entered Nov 29, 2019; finished Feb 18, 2020
N838MH 1814 Entered Dec 10, 2019; finished Feb 25, 2020
N839MH 1815 Entered Jan 22, 2019; est. exit Mar 27, 2020, delayed
N840MH 1816 Entered Jan 23, 2019; est. exit Mar 18, 2020, delayed
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)
6713 temp parked 9/4/2019

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


737 NG
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 8/31/2019

737-900ER Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
15 without split scimitar winglets: 3822-3830, 3901-3906


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: 31/45
8101-8131
@ ATL for induction:

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 100/127
3001-3098, 1001-2
@ MCI/MSP/SAL for induction:


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 6
N913DN 9213
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226

Inactive MD-90s: 59 (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
N908DA 9208 @QRO 11/1/2019 – 3/2/2020, BYH 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N909DA 9209 12/2/2039, temp storage QRO
N910DN 9210 3/16/2020 MZJ
N911DA 9211 3/2/2020
N912DN 9212 3/27/2020
N914DN 9214 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N915DN 9215 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N919DN 9219 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N920DN 9220 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N921DN 9221 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N922DX 9222 4/30/2020
N923DN 9223 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N924DN 9224 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N927DN 9227 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N928DN 9228 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N929DN 9229 10/28/2019, temp storage BHM
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019, temp storage BHM
N931DN 9231 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N934DN 9234 4/30/2020
N935DN 9235 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N936DN 9236 11/22/2019, temp storage BHM
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
N960DN 9260 4/30/2020
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N962DN 9262 4/30/2020
N963DN 9263 3/6/2020, QRO
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 23
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N966DL 966
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N974DL 974
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N995DL 995
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N910DE 9010
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
*All to retire by 7/31/2020

Inactive MD-88s: 97 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N905DL 905 4/29/2020
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N907DL 907 12/3/2019
N908DL 908 10/28/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N910DL 910 9/10/2019
N911DL 911 8/31/2019
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019
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
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
N957DL 957 10/26/2019
N958DL 958 3/19/2020, COVID-19 retire
N959DL 959 10/16/2019
N960DL 960 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N961DL 961 12/3/2019
N962DL 962 12/3/2019
N963DL 963 3/21/2020, COVID-19 retire
N964DL 964 2/24/2020, @ATL
N965DL 965 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N967DL 967 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N968DL 968 4/13/2020, COVID-19 retire?
N969DL 969 3/21/2020, COVID-19 retire
N973DL 973 3/7/2020, early retire due to group equip collision in BHM
N975DL 975 11/25/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N979DL 979 4/30/2020
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
N986DL 986 12/17/2019
N987DL 987 12/14/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N989DL 989 10/11/2019
N990DL 990 4/30/2020
N991DL 991 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N992DL 992 12/3/2019
N993DL 993 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N994DL 994 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N996DL 996 3/19/2020, COVID-19 retire
N997DL 997 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N998DL 998 4/13/2010, COVID-19 retire?
N999DN 999 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N904DE 9004 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N909DE 9009 3/23/2020, COVID-19 retire
N911DE 9011 4/29/2020
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N916DE 9016 10/27/2019
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N918DE 9018 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
N920DE 9020 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Apr 30, 2020 3:33 pm

n515cr wrote:
*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 30 Apr 2020

Boeing Mods/Induction
777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122 [Complete]
777-200ER (7CD): 8. 7001-7008
777-200LR (7CB): 10. 7101-7110


767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 10/21 (+4 in mod)
N825MH 1801 Entered Feb 19, 2020; est. exit May 9, 2020
N826MH 1802 Entered Nov 17, 2019; finished Jan 19, 2020
N827MH 1803 Entered Feb 26, 2020; est. exit May 16, 2020
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; finished Nov 12, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; finished Nov 24, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; finished Nov 17, 2019
N835MH 1811 Entered Oct 1, 2019; finished Dec 5, 2019
N836MH 1812 Entered Nov 20, 2019; finished Jan 28, 2020
N837MH 1813 Entered Nov 29, 2019; finished Feb 18, 2020
N838MH 1814 Entered Dec 10, 2019; finished Feb 25, 2020
N839MH 1815 Entered Jan 22, 2019; est. exit Mar 27, 2020, delayed
N840MH 1816 Entered Jan 23, 2019; est. exit Mar 18, 2020, delayed
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)
6713 temp parked 9/4/2019

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


737 NG
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 8/31/2019

737-900ER Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
15 without split scimitar winglets: 3822-3830, 3901-3906


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: 31/45
8101-8131
@ ATL for induction:

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 100/127
3001-3098, 1001-2
@ MCI/MSP/SAL for induction:


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 6
N913DN 9213
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226

Inactive MD-90s: 59 (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
N908DA 9208 @QRO 11/1/2019 – 3/2/2020, BYH 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N909DA 9209 12/2/2039, temp storage QRO
N910DN 9210 3/16/2020 MZJ
N911DA 9211 3/2/2020
N912DN 9212 3/27/2020
N914DN 9214 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N915DN 9215 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N919DN 9219 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N920DN 9220 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N921DN 9221 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N922DX 9222 4/30/2020
N923DN 9223 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N924DN 9224 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N927DN 9227 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N928DN 9228 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N929DN 9229 10/28/2019, temp storage BHM
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019, temp storage BHM
N931DN 9231 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N934DN 9234 4/30/2020
N935DN 9235 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N936DN 9236 11/22/2019, temp storage BHM
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
N960DN 9260 4/30/2020
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N962DN 9262 4/30/2020
N963DN 9263 3/6/2020, QRO
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 23
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N966DL 966
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N974DL 974
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N995DL 995
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N910DE 9010
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
*All to retire by 7/31/2020

Inactive MD-88s: 97 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N905DL 905 4/29/2020
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N907DL 907 12/3/2019
N908DL 908 10/28/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N910DL 910 9/10/2019
N911DL 911 8/31/2019
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019
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
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
N957DL 957 10/26/2019
N958DL 958 3/19/2020, COVID-19 retire
N959DL 959 10/16/2019
N960DL 960 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N961DL 961 12/3/2019
N962DL 962 12/3/2019
N963DL 963 3/21/2020, COVID-19 retire
N964DL 964 2/24/2020, @ATL
N965DL 965 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N967DL 967 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N968DL 968 4/13/2020, COVID-19 retire?
N969DL 969 3/21/2020, COVID-19 retire
N973DL 973 3/7/2020, early retire due to group equip collision in BHM
N975DL 975 11/25/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N979DL 979 4/30/2020
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
N986DL 986 12/17/2019
N987DL 987 12/14/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N989DL 989 10/11/2019
N990DL 990 4/30/2020
N991DL 991 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N992DL 992 12/3/2019
N993DL 993 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N994DL 994 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N996DL 996 3/19/2020, COVID-19 retire
N997DL 997 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N998DL 998 4/13/2010, COVID-19 retire?
N999DN 999 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N904DE 9004 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N909DE 9009 3/23/2020, COVID-19 retire
N911DE 9011 4/29/2020
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N916DE 9016 10/27/2019
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N918DE 9018 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
N920DE 9020 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire

All active MD88s and MD90s are retiring in June
 
audidudi
Posts: 3084
Joined: Fri Oct 26, 2007 4:35 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Apr 30, 2020 4:22 pm

Here's the full article on the MD-88/MD-90 fleet retirements:

https://news.delta.com/delta-retire-md- ... leets-june
 
n515cr
Posts: 2438
Joined: Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:49 am

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Apr 30, 2020 4:29 pm

Delta350 wrote:
All active MD88s and MD90s are retiring in June


audidudi wrote:
Here's the full article on the MD-88/MD-90 fleet retirements:

https://news.delta.com/delta-retire-md- ... leets-june


Got it. I hadn’t seen that info, so thanks for providing! It’s too late for me to edit my previous post but will do so on the next go ‘round.
 
n515cr
Posts: 2438
Joined: Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:49 am

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:34 pm

9216 took 9226's place at BYH, so I'll post a revised list.

*******************************************************************************************
Fleet Mod Status 30 Apr 2020

Boeing Mods/Induction
777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y+90Y122 [Complete]
777-200ER (7CD): 8. 7001-7008
777-200LR (7CB): 10. 7101-7110


767-400 Conversions to J34W20+28Y156: 10/21 (+4 in mod)
N825MH 1801 Entered Feb 19, 2020; est. exit May 9, 2020
N826MH 1802 Entered Nov 17, 2019; finished Jan 19, 2020
N827MH 1803 Entered Feb 26, 2020; est. exit May 16, 2020
N828MH 1804 Entered Jan 3, 2019; finished Jun 24, 2019
N829MH 1805
N830MH 1806
N831MH 1807 Entered Sep 2, 2019; finished Nov 12, 2019
N832MH 1808
N833MH 1809 Entered Sep 13, 2019; finished Nov 24, 2019
N834MH 1810 Entered Sep 11, 2019; finished Nov 17, 2019
N835MH 1811 Entered Oct 1, 2019; finished Dec 5, 2019
N836MH 1812 Entered Nov 20, 2019; finished Jan 28, 2020
N837MH 1813 Entered Nov 29, 2019; finished Feb 18, 2020
N838MH 1814 Entered Dec 10, 2019; finished Feb 25, 2020
N839MH 1815 Entered Jan 22, 2019; est. exit Mar 27, 2020, delayed
N840MH 1816 Entered Jan 23, 2019; est. exit Mar 18, 2020, delayed
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)
6713 temp parked 9/4/2019

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


737 NG
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 8/31/2019

737-900ER Scimitar Upgrades, F20W21Y139, 2Ku
130: 3801-3930
20 w/ ETOPS: 3876-3895
15 without split scimitar winglets: 3822-3830, 3901-3906


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: 31/45
8101-8131
@ ATL for induction:

A321 Induction, F20W29Y140, 2Ku: 100/127
3001-3098, 1001-2
@ MCI/MSP/SAL for induction:


MD Fleet Status
MD-90s: 65
Active MD-90s: 5
N913DN 9213
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
*All to retire by 6/30/2020

Inactive MD-90s: 60 (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
N908DA 9208 @QRO 11/1/2019 – 3/2/2020, BYH 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N909DA 9209 12/2/2039, temp storage QRO
N910DN 9210 3/16/2020 MZJ
N911DA 9211 3/2/2020
N912DN 9212 3/27/2020
N914DN 9214 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N915DN 9215 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N916DN 9216 4/30/2020
N919DN 9219 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N920DN 9220 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N921DN 9221 3/20/2020, COVID-19 park
N922DX 9222 4/30/2020
N923DN 9223 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N924DN 9224 3/22/2020, COVID-19 park
N927DN 9227 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N928DN 9228 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N929DN 9229 10/28/2019, temp storage BHM
N930DN 9230 9/8/2019, temp storage BHM
N931DN 9231 3/21/2020, COVID-19 park
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N934DN 9234 4/30/2020
N935DN 9235 3/19/2020, COVID-19 park
N936DN 9236 11/22/2019, temp storage BHM
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
N960DN 9260 4/30/2020
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N962DN 9262 4/30/2020
N963DN 9263 3/6/2020, QRO
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018

MD-88s: 120
Active MD-88s: 23
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N966DL 966
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N974DL 974
N976DL 976
N978DL 978
N995DL 995
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N910DE 9010
N912DE 9012
N915DE 9015
*All to retire by 6/30/2020

Inactive MD-88s: 97 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N904DL 904 8/13/2019
N905DL 905 4/29/2020
N906DL 906 9/3/2019
N907DL 907 12/3/2019
N908DL 908 10/28/2019
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N910DL 910 9/10/2019
N911DL 911 8/31/2019
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N915DL 915 7/29/2019
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
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
N957DL 957 10/26/2019
N958DL 958 3/19/2020, COVID-19 retire
N959DL 959 10/16/2019
N960DL 960 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N961DL 961 12/3/2019
N962DL 962 12/3/2019
N963DL 963 3/21/2020, COVID-19 retire
N964DL 964 2/24/2020, @ATL
N965DL 965 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N967DL 967 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N968DL 968 4/13/2020, COVID-19 retire?
N969DL 969 3/21/2020, COVID-19 retire
N973DL 973 3/7/2020, early retire due to group equip collision in BHM
N975DL 975 11/25/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N977DL 977 4/26/2019, written off due to tug collision damage
N979DL 979 4/30/2020
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
N986DL 986 12/17/2019
N987DL 987 12/14/2019
N988DL 988 9/16/2019
N989DL 989 10/11/2019
N990DL 990 4/30/2020
N991DL 991 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N992DL 992 12/3/2019
N993DL 993 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N994DL 994 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N996DL 996 3/19/2020, COVID-19 retire
N997DL 997 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N998DL 998 4/13/2010, COVID-19 retire?
N999DN 999 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N904DE 9004 4/4/2020, COVID-19 retire
N909DE 9009 3/23/2020, COVID-19 retire
N911DE 9011 4/29/2020
N913DE 9013 7/8/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N916DE 9016 10/27/2019
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N918DE 9018 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
N920DE 9020 3/20/2020, COVID-19 retire
 
Delta350
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Thu May 14, 2020 1:47 pm

Delta is retiring their 777s and they just refurbished them :crying:

https://news.delta.com/deltas-777-aircr ... d-covid-19
 
n515cr
Posts: 2438
Joined: Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:49 am

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2020

Fri May 22, 2020 12:09 pm

9213 showing a ferry to BYH later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n913dn
So it begins...

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