TWA takes Boeings - TWA will take delivery of four Boeing 757s and one 767-300ER from ILFC next year. The new aircraft will help keep TWA on track with plans to retire its Boeing 727-200s and replace more than 40% of its fleet over the next three years. Delta power deal - Delta Air Lines has selected Pratt & Whitney to power 15 Boeing 757s it has on firm order after converting options. PW2037s are installed on Delta's existing 757s. New Frontiers - Frontier Airlines of Denver, Colorado, expects to add two aircraft to its fleet of nine Boeing 737-300s and eight -200s during December. The two new 737-300s are being leased from Air New Zealand and Chicago-based Heller Financial. Canadian leases - Canadian Airlines has signed lease deals for four Boeing 767-300ERs and one Airbus A320 that it will put into service next year. Two of the 767s are being leased from GE Capital Aviation Services, while two have been returned to their lessor by an Asian carrier. 717 trio flies - A third Boeing 717 is expected to join the flight test programme during December. The first production model 100-seat aircraft is expected to begin flight testing from next February. Airbus ACES - ACES Aerolines Centrales de Colombia has taken delivery of a second Airbus Industrie A320 on lease from debis AirFinance.

Source: Airline Business