Delta Airlines is slowly retiring their Boeing fleet and obtaining more Airbus aircraft, and with the heightened nature of COVID19 in 2020, the airline is doing this in an expedited manner. The Airbus A350 is a popular aircraft used for longer-haul flights, and is taking over the routes commonly used by a Boeing 757, 767, and 777 but not many understand the short-term costs of implementing a new aircraft. Although adding new Airbus aircraft like the A350 to one’s fleet will have it’s long-term benefits economically, short-term it is quite the price for an airline. In this short clip taken from our podcast with Tom Stanley on, The TomCast, Zach and Tom discuss their thoughts about Delta Airlines switching to an almost complete Airbus fleet.
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