Boeing has revealed that Polish charter carrier Enter Air has ordered two Boeing 737 MAX 8s and two 737-800s.
The manufacturer, which values Enter Air’s order at more than $400 million at current list prices, previously attributed the Polish airline’s 737 purchase to an unidentified customer.
Enter Air’s four-737 buy is the first direct order for Boeing from the Polish charter carrier.
“The 737 has been the cornerstone of our dynamic growth and the addition of the 737 MAX to our fleet represents an exciting new chapter in Enter Air’s successful history,” says Grzegorz Polaniecki, CEO of Enter Air.
“With this latest acquisition we will be able to boost our expansion across the European holiday market, offering our clients competitive pricing with exceptional comfort,” adds Polaniecki.
Its June 19 order announcement is part of Enter Air’s fleet expansion as the airline continues to grow following its first commercial flight in 2010.
Today, the Warsaw-based based carrier serves more than 70 holiday destinations throughout the Mediterranean, Africa, the Middle East and Asia with an all-Boeing fleet of eight 737-400s and nine 737-800s.