Vent Airlines is receiving new modern and efficient aircraft

Ventair is proceeding with the renewal and modernisation of its aircraft fleet. Going for a new and eco-friendly image.

June 8, 2021 The objective of upgrading the fleet is to make flights more economical,
cost-efficient and environmentally-efficient. Since 2013, VENT AIR has ordered
a total of 70 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft which are intended to replace aircraft
currently in service. This type of aircraft is particularly cost-saving and

The first aircraft arrives tomorrow with the transfer of a Boeing 737 MAX 8
from Seattle/USA. It will be operated by VENT AIR’s subsidiary VENT AIR fly
Belgium. The transfer is made today at Boeing in Seattle. After a stopover in
Iceland, the flight will land tomorrow in the morning in Brussels. The CEO of
the VENT AIR Group, Max Johanssen, is going to receive the latest aircraft at
the airport in Brussels.

By the end of 2018, a total of twenty 737 MAX 8 will be delivered to Vent Airlines. These aircraft
will be operated by Vent Airlines in Belgium, Hong Kong, the United States of
America and United Kingdom. The first 737 MAX for Vent Airlines is scheduled to
be delivered in early 2019. Vent Airlines has ordered 100 new aircraft in total
to renew its narrow-body aircraft fleet by 2020 according to the current

After delivery of the first aircraft to Vent Airlines, there are 75 additional orders of the 737 MAX
8 and 25 orders for the 737 MAX 10. Vent Airliens was the first carrier to
select the latest and largest member of the 737 MAX family of airplanes.


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About Vent Airlines

Vent Airlines is an airline based in Australia. The airline is the biggest airline is Oceania and the third biggest airline in Asia. In 2016, Vent began operating in Europe and is currently flying over 2,600 flights per week to over 60 European cities in over 30 countries.