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Delta Air Lines Fleet 2007 See Below For Full Chart, Aviation Week’s 2017 Commercial Fleet and MRO Forecast

Infographic: Delta Air Lines' Fleet Changes, 2007-17

The second largest U.S. operator by fleet size has almost doubled its fleet over the past decade.

Delta Air Lines, with its main hub at the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, currently has 860 aircraft in its fleet. This is 92% more than its fleet in 2007, with 447 aircraft. The current fleet includes 116 McDonnell Douglas MD-88s, 115 Boeing 757-200s and 91 Boeing 717-200s. The airline also acquired a total of 184 Airbus family aircraft. Almost 25%, or 207 aircraft, is leased. Delta Air Lines merged with Northwest Airlines in April 2008 and acquired 318 aircraft during the merger.

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