Luxair to Grow Fleet with Boeing 737 MAX

Luxair and Boeing announced that the Luxembourgian airline has chosen the fuel-efficient 737-8 to expand its single-aisle fleet with an agreement to acquire four jets.

Luxair will initially lease two 737-8s that are due for delivery for the summer, ensuring the airline provides its customers with increased capacity and connectivity to more destinations for the busy summer travel season. It has additionally placed a direct order for two 737-8s.

The 737-8 will provide flexibility across Luxair’s network while reducing fuel use and emissions by up to 20% and on average, each airplane will save up to eight million pounds of CO2 emissions annually compared to those airplanes it replaces.

Luxair operates a fleet of 19 airplanes, including eight Next-Generation 737s.

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