All TUI fly Belgium articles

  • OO-MAX TUIfly 737 Max-c-TUIfly

    TUI’s Belgian carrier puts 737 Max back into operation


    Leisure company TUI Group has started re-introducing the Boeing 737 Max to service, with its Belgian carrier TUIfly conducting flights to Malaga and Alicante. The initial aircraft (OO-MAX), a 737 Max 8, departed Brussels shortly before 09:45 on 17 February. “At the moment we have a very small ...

  • TUI 737 Max

    TUI brings down winter capacity as short-term booking trend persists


    Leisure company TUI Group has further cut its winter capacity, to around the 40% level, as it laments the uncertainty over travel restrictions to which it attributes a persistent trend for short-term bookings. TUI had stated in August that it was reducing capacity for the winter 2020-21 season by ...

  • TUI-737

    TUI adopts ‘partner-friendly’ airline strategy amid Condor speculation


    TUI Group’s ambition to have fewer assets on its balance sheet means its airline operations will become more “partner-friendly”, according to the European travel giant’s chief executive. Speaking to German newspaper Borsen-Zeitung on 5 August, Fritz Joussen states that TUI’s need for capacity does not mean “that aircraft ...

  • TUI 737 Max 10

    TUI rejigs 737 Max deliveries as part of compensation deal


    Leisure giant TUI Group is has rejigged Boeing 737 Max deliveries to reduce the intake over the next few years, under a broad agreement with the airframer to compensate for the type’s grounding. TUI Group says it has revised the delivery schedule for the 61 Max jets on order, ...

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    ANALYSIS: How airlines alter tourist capacity after terror events


    The terror incidents in and around Barcelona in mid-August left another of the region's destinations reeling from attacks targeted at locations popular with tourists.