Czech charter carrier Travel Service has finalised its order for three Boeing 737-8 aircraft, after signing a letter of intent at the Paris air show.
The $302 million deal raises the number of orders for the 737 Max to 1,498 aircraft, says Boeing.
"In recent years, Travel Service has gone from strength to strength by building a fleet based on highly reliable and versatile Next-Generation 737s," says Travel Service’s general director Roman Vik. "The addition of the 737 Max to Travel Service will enable our business to continue on this upward trajectory, bringing improved efficiencies to our fleet."
Flightglobal’s Ascend Online Fleets database shows that the airline operates five Airbus A320s, 20 737-800s and three Cessna Citations. It also has one 737-800 on order.