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Enter Air Expands MAX Fleet With Order for up to Four Boeing 737 MAX 8s

Updated: Aug 21, 2020

Boeing announced on Wednesday that Polish carrier Enter Air has placed an order for up to four additional 737 MAX 8s. Today’s announcement includes two firm orders and two options, which if fully exercised, will expand the carrier’s MAX fleet to 10 aircraft.

Enter Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 - Courtesy Boeing

Today (August 19, 2020), Boeing announced that Polish carrier Enter Air has placed a firm order for two Boeing 737 MAX 8s, with two options. If the order is fully exercised, Enter Air’s fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft will grow to 10. The carrier’s fleet currently includes 22 Next-Generation Boeing 737’s and two 737 MAX aircraft. Enter Air is Poland’s largest charter airline and they operate an all-Boeing fleet. In Wednesday’s announcement, Enter Air’s Board Member and Director General, Grzegorz Polaniecki said,

“Despite the current crisis, it is important to think about the future. To that end, we have agreed to order additional 737-8 aircraft. Following the rigorous checks that the 737 MAX is undergoing, I am convinced it will be the best aircraft in the world for many years to come.”

Also commenting on today’s order, Boeing’s Senior Vice President of Commercial Sales and Marketing, Ihssane Mounir added,

“We are humbled by Enter Air’s commitment to the Boeing 737 family. Their order for additional 737-8s underscores their confidence in the airplane and the men and women of Boeing. We look forward to building on our decade-long partnership with Enter Air and working with the airline to safely return their full 737 fleet to commercial service.”

Boeing an Enter Air have also finalized a settlement related to the grounding of the MAX fleet, and while the details of the agreement remain confidential, Enter Air will receive compensation in various forms over a staggered period.

Source: Boeing


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