The fourth Boeing 737 MAX 8 Blue Air (YR-MXD) is flying to Bucharest

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At the time of publication of this article, the fourth Boeing 737 MAX 8 Blue Air (YR-MXD) is flying to Bucharest. Thus, Blue Air manages to take important steps towards modernizing the fleet.

It is configured in a class with 189 seats, arranged 3-3 on 32 rows. Each chair is equipped with a support for clothes, USB port, adjustable headrest, table and various storage support, and under the seats there are sockets.

Propulsion is provided by 2 CFM International LEAP-1B engines, which promise 16% fuel economy compared to the 737NG model. At the same time, they are quieter engines, which greatly reduces noise pollution outside, but also inside.

Personally, I had the joy and pleasure to fly with the first Boeing 737 MAX 8 Blue Air, which arrived in Romania at the beginning of April. Here's how the flight with the newest plane in the Blue Air fleet was - first Boeing 737 MAX 8 Blue Air (YR-MXA).

With the modernization of the fleet, Blue Air optimizes the operational program. Thus, from March 2022, Blue Air will reopen its base in Iasi. It will allocate a Boeing 737 MAX 8 and operate direct flights to 8 destinations: Paris, Rome, Barcelona, ​​Brussels, London, Bucharest and Cologne.

From September, Blue Air will expand operations from Milan Linate base with direct flights to Madrid, Prague, Palermo and Lamezia Terme.

2 Comments
  1. Neculai Deacon says

    Give the money to the people you took for flights that have never been done before and then you can get what you want

    1. Sorin says

      Vb with Blue Air to refund the money.

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