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You may have heard that the world’s first flying delta flight will be on Friday.
But there is more to the story than just a flight.
Delta has just completed a first flight with the first flight of its new flight test program in the U.S. Delta will be flying a Boeing 787 Dreamliner on Friday, the company announced on its website.
Delta says the flight will test the 737 MAX and the 737 Max that the company has acquired in recent years.
Delta is looking to expand its flights into Europe and Asia, and will likely use its existing 787s in the testing program.
Delta also is looking for ways to fly smaller airplanes, and the new 787 will be smaller than the 737.
Delta plans to use the new 737 MAX for its flight tests.
Delta CEO Jim McNerney announced the Delta 787 test flight on Twitter and said he was excited about the program.
“I have a lot of confidence in the Delta team,” McNerneys tweet said.
“They’ve got a fantastic team.”
Delta has been flying test flights of its 737 MAX, a 737 Max, and 737 MAX Plus since late 2012.
The 737 MAX is the world market leader for jet aircraft.
The 737 MAX was the world sales leader for 737 MAX passenger jets.
It was Delta’s first flight on the 737 line, which is the same plane that will fly the 787.
Delta has previously flown the 737MAXs, and it’s been used in both the Delta Global and Global 7000 series.
Delta says it is looking at using the 737 and 737 Max in testing.
The 777X is a smaller jet, which has been used by airlines around the world.
But Boeing is the dominant player in jet engines and the 777X has not been used for testing since 2013.
Delta’s first 787 flight was the 737-800.
Boeing has been testing the 737Max and 737MAX Plus in Europe and the Asia Pacific, with the 737max being the only plane in the world that has flown the new 777X jet.
The 747-8, which Delta bought from Boeing in 2014, was also used in testing on a Delta test flight last year.
Delta will be using its 737 Maxs in test flights.
The first 797-9 flight is scheduled for Feb. 1, 2019.
The new 797 MAX is expected to be ready for service sometime in 2019.
Delta said that its first 737MAX flight is expected on Friday morning, Feb. 19, 2019, at 8:05 a.m.
Delta flights will begin at 8 a..m., ET.
The flights will fly from Los Angeles to New York, with a final flight from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.
The first 737 MAX flight will take off from Los Angles at 8,000 feet (335 meters), Delta said.
The plane will land at LAX, where it will taxi to the runway.
The jet will land again at LAO at 9,000 ft (332 meters), and it will land in Washington, DC at 10,000, Delta said on its Twitter account.