LONDON—As the ban on Boeing 737 MAX flights takes effect, European carriers that have been operating the aircraft are scrambling to find replacements to shore up their schedules. Polish flag-carrier LOT, which has five 737 MAX 8s in its fleet with a further seven on order, is getting three Boeing 737-800s from Slovakia-based wet-lease specialist Go2Sky to help ease schedule disruptions as a result of the continent-wide MAX ban. Go2Sky’s aircraft have an all-economy-class, ...

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