Enter Air receives its first Boeing 737 MAX

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Enter Air, a Polish charter airline, has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 8. The airline has a total of six 737 MAX aircraft on order.

The newly delivered 737 is registered as SP-EXA and a second Boeing 737 MAX 8 is expected to be delivered to the carrier within the next few weeks. The other four 737 MAXs will join the fleet in the years to come.

The addition of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft opens a new chapter in our history. […] We started with the older generation aircraft version B737-400, which we then replaced with new generation version B737-800, and now we are starting a new stage of development of our fleet based on the latest generation B737 MAX 8. On the business side, our operational efficiency will improve, which should translate into better results and increase in the company’s value.Grzegorz Polaniecki, Enter Air’s Management Board Member

Mr Polaniecki also added in a statement that the new aircraft will mainly be operated in the Polish market. However, the airline has already received enquiries from different foreign tour operators.

If the 737 MAX prove their capabilities, Enter Air will consider the purchase of further Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, the airline’s Management Board Member stated. The Polish carrier currently operates a fleet of nineteen Boeing 737-800s.

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