Flyr to lease B737MAXs
Norwegian low-cost airline Flyr has announced it has signed a lease-agreement with Air Lease Corporation for six B737-8s, with options on another four. The aircraft are coming from outstanding orders the lessor already has with Boeing and deliveries are set to start next year.
The leasing of the MAXs is part of the airline's sustainability plan and will replace the current four B737-800s it has in the fleet. According to Flyr's press-release the new MAX8s will have 14% lower emissions than the B737-800s.
Flyr was founded in 2020 and started flying out of Oslo-Gardermoen in June of this year. It currently flies to domestic and international destinations in Denmark, France and Spain. Later this year, the airline will expand its route network with additional international destinations in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
Photo by Flyr.