Warsaw - The Polish airline Enter Air took possession of the first of six Boeing 737 MAX 8 ordered.
Headquartered at Warsaw-Chopin airport, the Polish charter operator welcomed its first 737 MAX 8 on December 4. Registered as SP-EXA, the aircraft is configured to accommodate 189 passengers in one class.
The new device is scheduled for the first commercial flight in the next few days. Enter Air's 737 MAX 8 joined a fleet that consists of nineteen Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
On the business side, our operational efficiency will improve, which should translate into better results,management board member Grzegorz Polaniecki told Flight Global.
Enter Air will consider purchasing additional 737 MAX 8s if the performance of the aircraft meets expectations, Polaniecki added.
In addition to its charter operations on behalf of tour operators, the Polish company operates on behalf of itself as well on routes from Warsaw to Katowice, Poznan, and Wroclaw domestically and Cape Verde, Tenerife, Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands and Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates internationally.
Enter Air is the largest private airline in the country. The company added another brand new Boeing 737-800 to its fleet two weeks ago.