Aviation

Jet Airways Receives its 5th Boeing 737 Max

Jet Airways, recently received its fifth Boeing 737 MAX, as part of its fleet modernisation plan in line with its commitment to offer its guests a considerably superior and differentiated flying experience.
Since the induction of the airline’s maiden 737 MAX (registered as VT-JXA) on Jun 28, 2018, another four have joined its fleet. The latest MAX is part of 11 MAX aircraft that Jet Airways will be inducting this fiscal year. Jet Airways remains the first and only Indian carrier to operate these advanced single-aisle fuel-efficient aircraft in the Indian skies. It delivers a comparatively lower noise footprint (nearly 40 percent less) along with lower carbon emissions. The proposed induction of the 737 MAX will enable Jet Airways to not only simplify its fleet structure but even reduce maintenance costs. Guests stepping onboard the new MAX are greeted by a customisable and an eye-catching Sky Interior. 

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