Service, the largest carrier in the Czech Republic, has taken
delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
Travel Service operates regular flights under the SmartWings
brand, along with charter flights and private flights in the
business jet category.
Travel Service airplanes fly to more than
400 airports in four continents. Travel Service also operates in
Slovakia, Poland and Hungary, where the company has subsidiary
pleased that Travel Service is among the first airlines to include
737 MAX into its fleet," said Roman Vik, Chief Executive Officer
Travel Service. "As Travel Service is dynamically expanding and
growing, the new Boeing 737 MAX airplane will fully support our
ambitious development plan and competitive advantage. Thanks to a
new modern fleet, Travel Service will be able to launch direct
flights to new destinations and enhance the travel experience of
Travel Service is leasing the airplane from GECAS, the commercial aircraft leasing and financing
arm of General Electric.
"GECAS is delighted to further
strengthen its business relationship with Travel Service by
delivering the airline's first Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplane. GECAS
has been a partner with Travel Service since its inception with
five 737-800s currently on lease to this dynamic airline," said
Felix McArdle, Senior Vice President, GECAS Sales & Marketing.
"The delivery of this latest-technology airplane, the first of 10
that will be leased by GECAS to Travel Service, will enable the
airline continue to grow profitably and in an environmentally
friendly way. GECAS wishes Travel Service every success with these
advanced new airplanes."