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Delta’s Airbus A330-900neo enters service on Seattle-Shanghai

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Delta’s newest wide-body aircraft, the Airbus A330-900neo, began operations on Wednesday, with flight DL589 flying from Seattle to Shanghai. (www.businesstraveller.com) More...

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patpylot
patrick baker 0
I remember a column in Aviation Week years ago describing the improvements in fuel burn between Minneoapolis and Washington-DC when the 757 replaced whatever else used to be on the route, and it was substantial . I would like to know the same results now that the A300-900neo has replaced the 767-300 on seattle-shanghai, for it makes the case that venerable long-term good performers need to go off a route if and when a quantum improvement is possible. And here again it has..

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