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Freebird Europe (based in Malta) to fly to Palma de Mallorca, Crete, Kos, Rhodes, Gran Canaria, Burgas and Fuerteventura from Paderborn in summer 2022, with A320 operated on behalf of TUI Deutschland.
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TUIfly (Germany) plans routes from Friedrichshafen for summer 2022, including to Mallorca, Heraklion and Rhodes. European Air Charter (UK) will carry out the flights.
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TUI fly Netherlands took delivery of its 6th and last Boeing 737 MAX 8, MSN 44613. It will carry the registration PH-TFR and the name ‘Santorini’.

This will enable the Dutch subsidiary of TUI to get rid of its last Boeing 737-800.
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TUI fly Netherlands will phase out its only B767-300ER in late 2023.
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sn26567 wrote: 20 Dec 2018, 18:02 TUIfly Belgium to launch new B737-700/-800 service from Casablanca to Paris CDG, Montpellier and Lille, and from Nador to Lille in summer 2019.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... o-morocco/

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... -to-nador/
The Casablanca-Montpellier route is closed due to the covid, but Tuifly will start Montpellier-Oujda service, from 20 May 2022 to 31 October 2022, up to 2 flights a week.

The flight was supposed to be operated by Transavia France since they opened a base at Montpellier in 2020. But due to the closure of Morrocan borders, the 1st flight was several times postponed.

ASL France and Air Arabia Maroc previously operated this route.

Great to see OUD to come back on the network of my 1st French home airport (from the late 80s to early 2000s): Montpellier 8-)


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Germany is investigating changes in ownership of a major shareholder of TUI linked to sanctioned Russian oligarch Alexey Mordashov. TUI said it has recently learned that the controlling shareholder of Ondero, which holds nearly 30% of TUI shares via Unifirm, was Marina Mordashova – wife of Mordashov.
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TUI fly Netherlands is considering the B737 MAX 10 or B787 to replace the last B767-300ER, which will leave the fleet at the end of 2023.

Could TUI perhaps consider buying European aircraft some time?
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sn26567 wrote: 01 Apr 2022, 16:09
Could TUI perhaps consider buying European aircraft some time?
What makes you think they never considered Airbus…?

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sn26567 wrote: 01 Apr 2022, 16:09 Could TUI perhaps consider buying European aircraft some time?
TUI already has the Max 8 and 787-8 on property and an outstanding order for the Max 10. They're not going to consider Airbus to replace 4 767s.

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sn26567 wrote: 01 Apr 2022, 16:09 TUI fly Netherlands is considering the B737 MAX 10 or B787 to replace the last B767-300ER, which will leave the fleet at the end of 2023.

Could TUI perhaps consider buying European aircraft some time?
It will cost lots of money for a group like TUI. If they add Airbus, it will probably better for them to replace all Airbus by Boeing (don't forget the ERJ for TUI BE), intstead of to add only one family Airbus (A330Neo or A320Neo)



KLM and Air France (AF KLM) have decided to have a homogeneous fleet. They will operate an all airbus fleet for the medium haul market (including Transavia NL and Transavia FR). And it seems that HOP will add E2 like KLM.

B777 (KLM, Air France)
A330 (KLM, Air France)
A350 (only for Air France)
B787 (KLM, Air France)
A320Neo family (KLM, Air France, Transavia NL, Transavia FR)
Airbus A220 (only for Air France)
Embraer ERJ 170-175 / 190 / E2 (KLM / HOP)

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TUI and Danish airline Jettime have signed a US$72 million charter agreement, whereas Jettime will fly more than 200,000 TUI customers from Denmark, Sweden and Finland to destinations after Easter until autumn 2022.
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TUI Airlines Netherlands took delivery of two B737-800s, MSN 39438 and 39440, on summer lease from Sunwing Airlines of Canada.
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TUI Airways (UK) is set to soon announce a new direct service departing from Belfast to Orlando in June 2023.
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TUI continues to execute its goal of rapidly deleveraging the Group, reducing interest costs and further reducing Corona state aid. The proceeds from the capital increase and existing cash resources are to be used to repay in full the government Silent Participation II of €700 million from the German government. In addition, the Group will also reduce the outstanding KfW credit lines by €350 million euros to €2 billion.
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TUI fly Belgium took delivery of one A320, MSN 3475, on lease from Smartlynx Airlines Malta, reg 9H-SLR.
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