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TUI fly (Belgium) in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 30 Nov 2016, 13:42

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TUI fly will stop flying from Brussels to Tel Aviv after 23 February 2017.
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Re: TUI fly (Belgium) in 2017

Post by crew1990 » 30 Nov 2016, 14:39

How many weeklyflight were them operating? I guess they stopped due to the concurrence of SN, SN has the big advantage to have a connecting flight to JFK and EWR with United, it help a lot SN.

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Re: TUI fly (Belgium) in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 30 Nov 2016, 14:52

crew1990 wrote:How many weeklyflight were them operating?
Two weekly flights (Thu, Sun)
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TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 06 Jan 2017, 21:51

Miami Air International (US) took delivery of one B737-800, serial 29660, on a winter lease from TUIfly Belgium (OO-JAA).
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by luchtzak » 06 Jan 2017, 22:08

TUI fly will hire 260 cabin crew and 70 pilots.

http://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tuifly- ... 70-pilots/

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SLM AIRBUS 340

Post by SLM » 07 Jan 2017, 08:18

Tuifly will fly with SLM AIRBUS 340 on european routes. (source : luchtvaartnieuws.nl)
To which destinations in Europe?

Thanks for more information.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by DIBO » 07 Jan 2017, 13:42

Not sure the SLM A340 has anything to do with TUIfly Belgium

source caribbeannewsnow.com
"In a major development last week, SLM and the European carrier, TUIfly, announced a code-sharing partnership. The two carriers will fly five-times weekly between Amsterdam and Paramaribo. Four of those flights will be operated by SLM and one by TUIfly using SLM’s Airbus 340 and TUIfly’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, during peak season TUI will increase its frequency to two.

Under the agreement, TUI will buy 80 seats each on two of SLM flights. The agreement has a life of three years. Then both companies will evaluate the partnership, and maybe move to a stronger agreement like what SLM had with KLM, Lachmising said. Also, TUI will charter SLM’s Airbus 340 to use on other routes.

TUIfly, with a fleet of nine aircraft, including three Dreamliner 787s, may enable SLM to move in the direction of twin-engine aircraft (ETOPS) certification to ply the mid-Atlantic route. With ETOPS certification, SLM can use modern and cost efficient aircraft such as the Boeing 767 / 787 and the Airbus 330 / 350.
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 07 Jan 2017, 18:17

When all the TUI airlines carry the same name TUI fly, confusion can indeed arise!
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by Bralo20 » 07 Jan 2017, 19:35

While the planes are still on a Dutch and a Belgian AOC, both fleets are joined into a TUIFly Benelux fleet.

Actually I wonder if they are still adding birds to the Dutch AOC, all the latest additions went onto the Belgian AOC, the last Dutch one was a 788 nearly 2 years ago.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by JAF737 » 07 Jan 2017, 20:17

Bralo20 wrote:While the planes are still on a Dutch and a Belgian AOC, both fleets are joined into a TUIFly Benelux
That's incorrect.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by Airbus A330 » 07 Jan 2017, 20:39

Hello,
As Jetairfly became TUI fly Belgium, I have some questions about the other TUI fleets and their rebranding.

TUIfly (Germany) remains TUIfly :?:

Arke (Netherlands) became:
:arrow: TUI Airlines Netherlands :?:
:arrow: TUIfly Netherlands :?:
:arrow: TUI fly Netherlands :?:
:arrow: or ... :?:

Thomson Airways (UK) became:
:arrow: TUI Airways (I saw this name recently on Skyliner)
:arrow: or ... :?:

Sorry for these little off topic questions. ;)

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by JAF737 » 08 Jan 2017, 11:20

The commercial name for all the group airlines is or will be TUIFly. Nothing more, nothing less.

TUIFly Germany is going to leave the group...

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by Airbus A330 » 09 Jan 2017, 12:24

JAF737 wrote:
08 Jan 2017, 11:20
The commercial name for all the group airlines is or will be TUIFly. Nothing more, nothing less.

TUIFly Germany is going to leave the group...
It's more clear now.
Thanks a lot, JAF737! ;)

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by AquaplexAir » 11 Jan 2017, 14:52

DIBO wrote:
07 Jan 2017, 13:42
Not sure the SLM A340 has anything to do with TUIfly Belgium

source caribbeannewsnow.com
"In a major development last week, SLM and the European carrier, TUIfly, announced a code-sharing partnership. The two carriers will fly five-times weekly between Amsterdam and Paramaribo. Four of those flights will be operated by SLM and one by TUIfly using SLM’s Airbus 340 and TUIfly’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, during peak season TUI will increase its frequency to two.

Under the agreement, TUI will buy 80 seats each on two of SLM flights. The agreement has a life of three years. Then both companies will evaluate the partnership, and maybe move to a stronger agreement like what SLM had with KLM, Lachmising said. Also, TUI will charter SLM’s Airbus 340 to use on other routes.

TUIfly, with a fleet of nine aircraft, including three Dreamliner 787s, may enable SLM to move in the direction of twin-engine aircraft (ETOPS) certification to ply the mid-Atlantic route. With ETOPS certification, SLM can use modern and cost efficient aircraft such as the Boeing 767 / 787 and the Airbus 330 / 350.
"
Indeed this nothing to do with TuiFly Belgium, this is for Tui Nederland cfr :

http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/2732 ... ame__.html

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by JAF737 » 11 Jan 2017, 16:35

New to the JAF fleet in 2017:

1x E-190
2x B737-800

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by crew1990 » 11 Jan 2017, 17:34

And any aircraft leaving?

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by JAF737 » 11 Jan 2017, 17:36

crew1990 wrote:
11 Jan 2017, 17:34
And any aircraft leaving?
Negative.

Also more wet-leases foreseen for next summer (3 I think, TBC).

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by ostair » 11 Jan 2017, 21:46

JAF737 wrote:
11 Jan 2017, 17:36
crew1990 wrote:
11 Jan 2017, 17:34
And any aircraft leaving?
Negative.

Also more wet-leases foreseen for next summer (3 I think, TBC).
Any names of the companies?
People @EBOS are lucky that we won't see G-RAJG back.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by crew1990 » 11 Jan 2017, 22:00

Why should they be happy?

About the wet lease, what about City Jet ans the SSJ

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2017

Post by JAF737 » 11 Jan 2017, 22:16

ostair wrote:
11 Jan 2017, 21:46
JAF737 wrote:
11 Jan 2017, 17:36
crew1990 wrote:
11 Jan 2017, 17:34
And any aircraft leaving?
Negative.

Also more wet-leases foreseen for next summer (3 I think, TBC).
Any names of the companies?
People @EBOS are lucky that we won't see G-RAJG back.

No names yet, there is nothing (officially) confirmed at the moment. It will depend on the production of other airlines of the group.

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