Enter Air took delivery of the fifth Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The plane was originally intended for airlines from the TUI group, which ultimately did not receive the machine. In Warsaw, at Chopin Airport, the plane landed today (May 26) at 7.32 pm after more than 10 hours of flight from King County International Airport near Seattle.
As a curiosity, it is worth adding that the SP-EXC machine flew from the Boeing Field International Airport (KBFI) near Seattle without stopping, which was planned in Norway Stavanger at the flight planning stage. A direct flight from the Boeing factory to Warsaw lasted 10 hours and 21 minutes.
The new MAX four
It is worth noting that last Thursday (May 18) the first MAX obtained this year with the registration SP-EXE flew in Warsaw, and then Saturday (May 20) the second with the registration SP-EXF. Both machines will initially fly in the exotic livery of the Australian Bonza line.
The airline is scheduled to take delivery of a total of four new 737 MAX aircraft this fall. More about this in our article “Enter Air receives more MAX. Two were being prepared for PLL LOTThe final MAX on the SP-EXD subscription is expected in early June and July this year.
Enter Air’s fleet currently consists of 28 Boeing B737s: 23 737-800s and five 737 MAX 8s. The carrier is awaiting delivery of a total of three B737 MAX 8s. Two leased Airbus A320s (ACMI) from Electra Airways are also currently in service. Enter. In total, in the summer of 2023, Entera will operate 32 aircraft: 29 of its own and three leased (with crew).