Delta chief executive Richard Anderson has reiterated his bullish view that the carrier's large fleet of ageing Boeing MD-80s retain a cost advantage over newer Boeing 737-800s that is largely driven by lower ownership costs.
Anderson has been bullish on the former McDonnell Douglas
twinjet for some time, and previously the Delta boss said the airline
was planning to add two MD-90s in the last quarter of 2009. Continue reading...