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A new aircraft type will soon join Delta’s fleet: the A220-300.

Plus, legendary pilot Sully Sullenberger has a strict rule as to which airlines he’ll fly right now.

Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

Coming Soon to Delta: the A220-300

Delta Air Lines is adding the A220-300 to its aircraft family. The inaugural flight appears to be on November 10 during an SLC to IAH hop. (H/T Eric G.)

The -300 has 21 more seats over its -100 cousin. It’ll be interesting to see where Delta operates these planes when travel ramps up — and the 717s go away.

(I know the featured image is A220-100. I haven’t seen any licensed Delta A200-300 pictures.)

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Featured image courtesy of Delta Air Lines.

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