First Smartwings Boeing 737 MAX visits Dublin Airport


Smartwings first Boeing 737 MAX visited Dublin Airport on 20-22 December operating a transit flight. The aircraft OK-SWD Boeing 737-8 msn 43557 operated non stop from Punta Cana (PUJ) in the Dominican Republic to Dublin on 20 December as '3Z7603' arriving 2016 local after an 8 hour 32 minute flight according to Flightradar24.

The aircraft departed Dublin on 22nd December to Kosice (KSC) as 'QS4307' at 1420 local.

On 19 December the aircraft routed Katowice (KTW) to Ponta Delgada (PDL) to Punta Cana (PUJ) in the Dominican Republic for overnight. 

Smartwings, a.s. (formerly Travel Service, a.s.)is a low-cost leisure Czech airline. The carrier is largest  airline in the Czech Republic and it operates scheduled and chartered flights, mainly to leisure destinations, and also wet and dry leases its aircraft to other airlines. It also owns 98% of Czech Airlines, and has subsidiaries in Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. The carrier operates a fleet of 34 Boeing 737 aircraft MAX (7) and next generation (737-700/800/900ER),

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