What aircraft does Delta Airlines use?
- Airbus. Airbus A220-100 (221) Airbus A220-300 (223) Airbus A319-100 (319) Airbus A320-200 (320) Airbus A321-200 (321)
- Boeing. Boeing 717-200 (717) Boeing 737-800 (738) Boeing 737-900ER (739) Boeing 757-200.
- Bomber. Bombardier CRJ-200. Bombardier CRJ-700. Bombardier CRJ-900.
- Embrace. Embraer E-170. Embraer ERJ-175.
What size aircraft does Delta use?
Boeing 737-800 (738)
Which airlines have never had a crash?
Qantas has the distinction of being the only airline Dustin Hoffman’s character in the 1988 film ‘Rain Man’ would fly because it had ‘never crashed’. The airline suffered fatal small plane crashes before 1951, but had no fatalities in the 70 years since.
What type of aircraft does Delta Air Lines use?
Its Airbus A220s, Airbus A320s, Boeing 737s and Boeing 757s are used for short-haul flights and medium-haul transcontinental flights, while some of its Boeing 757-200s are used for long and light flights to Europe. Delta primarily uses its jumbo jets on long-haul flights to Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and South America.
Where does Delta Air Lines fly to and from?
Delta primarily uses its narrow-body aircraft for domestic flights within the United States and international flights from the United States to Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and certain European destinations.
Where does delta fly its A350?
Detroit will be Delta’s main A350 hub this summer, with rotations to Amsterdam, Beijing, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo Narita on the new aircraft.
What type of software does Delta Airlines use?
Even as shocking as this old aircraft maintenance software (running “COBOL/CiCS”) is, it’s still state-of-the-art in terms of functionality and complexity in the airline industry (many other companies airlines purchased licenses from Northwest to perform it).