Luxair Bolsters Fleet with the Inclusion of its First Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

Luxair ushers in advanced fleet modernization with newly acquired Boeing 737 MAX.

Luxembourg's national airline, Luxair, has welcomed the first Boeing 737 MAX to its fleet, signaling a dynamic phase of advanced fleet enhancement.

The plane in question, LX-LBL, outfitted with CFM International Leap-1B engines, originally took to the skies with Air Italy in 2018. This Italian carrier, a joint venture between Qatar Airways and AQA Holding boasted a fleet of 737 MAX jets, before it terminated its operations in early 2020.

Earlier this year, Luxair unveiled its plans to integrate MAX 8 aircraft into its fleet starting from 2026, supplementing this with leased aircraft in the meantime.

Furthermore, the airline has chosen to incorporate the smaller MAX 7 model as part of a deal disclosed at the Paris Air Show, thereby enriching its fleet with a broader range of modern aircraft.