How Delta Employees Bought The Airline A Boeing 767

July 26, 2019

The first Boeing 767 for Delta was a special aircraft for the airline. In fact, Delta’s employees bought the aircraft for Delta as a gesture of appreciation. When the first Boeing 767 was delivered in 1982, Delta faced some tough times. However, their employees bound together and sought to keep Delta flying for years to come.

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