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New Delta Airbus A350-900 to enter service Oct. 30

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) became the first North American operator of the state-of-the-art Airbus A350 Thursday, continuing its ongoing effort to transform the travel experience and deliver innovative products and services for customers. ( More...

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Andy Cruickshank 4
Note that the article focuses on the 32 "Delta One" seats and not the poor 274 coach class "cattle". Many publications like "Airways" magazine have their reports from the elevated seats in Business and not what we average people have to endure. Lucky for them but skewed reporting at best. The A350 looks to be an awesome aircraft and it is a sad observation that it has taken US carriers so long to begin service with such a competitive aircraft.


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