Delta to Keep 14 of Oldest Narrow-Body Jets on Failed Pilot VoteBy
Aging 757s once set for retirement will get cabin upgrades
Airline dropped plan to buy 737s after union spurned contract
Delta Air Lines Inc. will hang onto 14 of its aging, workhorse Boeing Co. 757 jets that were to be retired in two years, partly because pilots rejected a proposed contract that would have added new aircraft.
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