The Swiss holiday airline is still missing an aircraft after a maintenance failure. In the summer, Chair Airlines is content with a Boeing 737 from Poland.
It happened in Naples in one barn. The door of the building crashed into the seat of the Airbus A319 in the spring of 2020 Airlines that were there for maintenance. As a result, the rear of the aircraft with registration number HB-JOH was seriously damaged – a gross write-off. The repair is no longer feasible.
At the time, it was said that one should begin the search for a new aircraft “in time”. The chair fleet consists of three Airbus A319 aircraft. But now the holiday airline seems to have chosen a temporary solution. Enter Air will fly his Boeing 737-800 from time to time this summer on a comprehensive lease. “For this purpose, Inter Air has been temporarily affixed to the president’s logo,” a spokeswoman said. Otherwise, nothing has changed.
The Balkans and the Mediterranean
The Polish Boeing 737 with registration number SP-ESE, for example, was on the Balkan routes or to Beirut for the presidency. She is currently back in action with Enter Air on the Poland-Mediterranean axis. The Polish airline owns a 49 percent stake in Chair.
In the gallery above, you can see photos of a Boeing 737 flying in a chair.
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