FRANKFURT—Delta Air Lines on July 13 took delivery of its first Airbus A350-900, the first of the model to be delivered to a North American customer. Although Delta is now starting to renew its widebody fleet, the U.S. market has so far been slow for three of the latest widebody programs—the A350, the Boeing 787 and the Boeing 777X. Neither Delta, United Airlines nor American Airlines have placed any orders for the Boeing 777X, a program launched on the basis of orders from ...

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