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Delta Air Lines: Ordered 100 Boeing 737-10s

Delta Air Lines: Ordered 100 Boeing 737-10s

Delta Air Lines has announced that it has ordered 100 737-10s, the largest model of Boeing’s 737 MAX series, with the prospect of an additional 30 aircraft.

Boeing said the jets will help reduce fuel use and emissions by 20%-30% compared to the planes they will replace.

The 737-10 aircraft can cover 90% of the world’s one-way routes, with 230 passengers and a maximum range of 3,300 nautical miles, the company said.

Delta also agreed to contract with Boeing Global Service for a complete interior overhaul of the 29 737-900ERs in its current fleet.

These planes will be ready to enter Delta’s summer schedule in 2025 with a completely refreshed interior, the company added.

Its stock is up 2% in pre-conference trading and Boeing’s is up 3%.

Source: Capital