Polish carrier Enter Air has said it will ask Boeing for compensation for the inability to use its two Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets that are in its fleet. The airline has said it will apply to the manufacturer for compensation for the downtime of the aircraft, which has been grounded since March. Enter Air’s fleet includes two Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes delivered by the manufacturer in December 2018 and January 2019. The airline also has a fleet of 21 Boeing 737-800 aircraft along with two wet-leased Boeing 737-800s and two wet-leased Airbus A320s. During its latest financial results,
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