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Delta Sells Some 767s to Amazon. Avengers Campus to (Hopefully) Open This Year

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Delta unloaded some of its 767s — to Amazon Air. Plus, the long-awaited Avengers Campus should open this year at Disneyland’s California Adventure.

Those are some of the travel and aviation-related headlines that caught my eye today and I thought you, too, may find interesting.

Amazon Air planes at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
Amazon Air planes at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

Prime News: Delta Sold Seven 767-300ERs to Amazon Air

FlightGlobal reports that Delta Air Lines sold seven 767-300ERs to Seattle-based Amazon Air. Delta’s been modifying its fleet over the past year — and surely are happy to pocket a few bucks with this sale. The news piece notes, “It is unclear whether Amazon will arrange a sale-and-leaseback for the 767s purchased from Delta. All the existing 74 aircraft in Amazon’s fleet are leased and operated on its behalf by other airlines, including Sun Country Airlines, Air Transport International, Atlas Air and its subsidiary Southern Air.”

No word if Delta sold the planes to Amazon as part of a reverse Lightning Deal. 🙂

Avengers Campus: Opening This Year?

When Disneyland Resort opens again (hopefully sometime this year), Avengers Campus at California Adventure will finally make its debut.

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