Delta Air Lines Fleet
As of November 24, 2012, the Delta mainline fleet comprises 723 aircraft in service.
Prior to Delta's 2009 merger with Northwest Airlines, Delta operated an all-Boeing & McDonnell Douglas fleet, but incorporated Northwest's Airbus aircraft into the Delta fleet after the merger. However, Northwest operated some Boeing aircraft such as the 747 and 757.
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