US airlines have been in the market for new planes since the financial crisis, with many buying jets in the hopes of a return to profitability.
The number of US domestic flights dropped from more than 13 million in 2009 to less than 1 million in 2016, according to US airline travel website AirfareWatchdog.
Since then, airlines have added planes in droves, but there has been little in the way of meaningful change.
Airlines that have been bought up include American, Delta, American Express and Southwest, as well as American Eagle, Delta Air Lines and United.
They include Air New Zealand, Alaska Airlines, American Eagle Express, Alaska Express Southwest and American Eagle Alaska.
While it’s not clear how much each airline is paying for the planes, they are all in the billions.
American Eagle, a company that has been involved in the industry for years, is buying a total of about $1.5 billion worth.
Delta Air Lines is buying $2.3 billion in stock, according the company’s website.
Air Canada is buying more than half a billion dollars in stock.
United is buying about $2 million worth of stock.
Air Canada has bought $3.4 billion in shares.
Delta has bought about $3 billion worth in stock since it was bought by United in 2014.
American Airlines bought a total $1 billion worth from Delta in the last year.
Delta purchased a total stock of more than 8.4 million shares of United Airlines.
For a total investment of $2,527 million in shares of American Airlines in 2016.
Delta bought a combined total of nearly $4.5 million worth in shares from United Airlines and American Airlines.
United bought more than 5.5 times as much stock from Delta as Delta did in 2016 alone.
Delta Airlines bought more shares of itself from Delta than Delta did from United.
The companies are all using the money to buy planes and jets for the domestic airline market.
Although airlines have made a lot of acquisitions in recent years, the number of jets bought has dropped significantly, from more more than 10 million in 2015 to fewer than 10,000 in 2016 according to Airfarewatchdog.
In 2018, United and American were the only two airlines to buy more than 1,000 aircraft, while Southwest bought about half a million planes and American bought more planes than Delta.