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Delta Welcomes First New Widebody Planes Since COVID-19 PandemicDelta Air Lines (DL) will soon take delivery of two brand-new Airbus A350-900 aircraft from Airbus in Toulouse-Blagnac (TLS), France. The aircraft, N514DN, and N515DN are scheduled to depart TLS on September 16th for Tokyo-Narita and Amsterdam respectively. The two A350s are the first wide-body planes to be delivered to the Atlanta-based carrier since the COVID-19 pandemic erupted at the beginning of the year. (airwaysmag.com) More...
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whatever works..! lets hope the customers come back in order for new aircraft to be a profitable purchase...
Wow - this is good news and perhaps a necessary acquisition due to the 777 retirements. The article spoke of a number of A330-900's being held in Toulouse, but didn't say how many.
An American company that will become and an entirely European only fleet.
No mention of carbon tax or the EU taxes. Naive to think that the globalist archetypes aren't getting their cut off the top. Tax evasion used to be a crime to all the Socialist s like the head of HR for Delta and his BLM BS total hypocrisy.
In my studied opinion, as an accountant, this would be tax avoidance, not tax evasion. Tax avoidance is perfectly legal. However, technically, it is not a tax, but a tariff.
Why both the A330 & 350. Seems redundant