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Samuel Zerilli wrote: 21 Feb 2021, 23:36
sdbelgium wrote: 21 Feb 2021, 23:25 OO-TMY returned to BRU shortly after its sister ship as JAF112F.
If he was able to leave soon after his little brother, why have to charter another plane if he can fly ? Is it a matter of security or something else ?
TUI spokeswoman Sarah Saucin told me that OO-TUV brought a spare part for OO-TMY from Brussels to Alicante. The repair could be done immediately and OO-TMY could depart to Brussels 15 minutes after OO-TUV.

Next mission for OO-TUV: flight to Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, on behalf of Belgian Defence tomorrow.
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OO-TMY was parked this morning alongside A-320 "Red Devils".

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TUI Group has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX since the grounding was lifted. It departed from Boeing Field yesterday afternoon and is flying nonstop to London Gatwick from Seattle. The MAX 8 named "Naples" is registered G-TUMJ and will fly with TUI Airways.

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Boeing 737-8 MAX TUI fly (OO-TMY) "Costa del Sol" landing from Malaga taxi and takeoff at Alicante Elche Airport (ALC) with ATC audio included



First video of a Boeing 737-8 MAX operating after been grounded (March 14 2021)
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New route for TUI fly Belgium between Brussels and Suceava, Romania :
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... a-romania/
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Piloting TUIfly Belgium B737-700 from Brussels to Pristina & Tirana

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SmartLynx Airlines will be operating full charters for TUI Deutschland and Involatus from summer 2021.
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TUI fly now wants to part with 750 employees in Germany, as the carrier moves to cut costs.
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Since yesterday, TUI fly Belgium is operating cargo flights between Milan Malpensa and Detroit with a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner passenger aircraft (OO-JDL)
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TUI Airways took delivery of one B767-300ER, MSN 29617, on lease. It was transferred from sister carrier TUIfly Nordic, who phased out the last widebody.
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sn26567 wrote: 17 May 2021, 16:46 TUI Airways (took delivery of one B767-300ER, MSN 29617, on lease. It was transferred from sister carrier TUIfly Nordic, who phased out the last widebody.
SE-RNA and SE-RNB, at BRU, are being transfered to TUI Airways (UK).

D-ABKN, TUI fly DE has been repainted into TUI Robinson livery :
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TLspotting wrote: 17 May 2021, 23:35 SE-RNA and SE-RNB, at BRU, are being transfered to TUI Airways (UK).
New regs to be G-TUMS and G-TUMT.

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TUI fly Netherlands took delivery of one Boeing 737 MAX 8, MSN 44652.
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sn26567 wrote: 22 Jun 2021, 17:10 TUI fly Netherlands took delivery of one Boeing 737 MAX 8, MSN 44652.
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OO-TUX has left the fleet and is going to join the one of Jet2 under G-DRTJ (info coming from a pic by Steve Blood on EMA Aviation Group).
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Samuel Zerilli wrote: 21 Feb 2021, 23:36
sdbelgium wrote: 21 Feb 2021, 23:25 OO-TMY returned to BRU shortly after its sister ship as JAF112F.
If he was able to leave soon after his little brother, why have to charter another plane if he can fly ? Is it a matter of security or something else ?
It can have a lot of possibility’S. Like the problem was fixed faster as foreseen. During that time it was also very easy to send a spare airplane so that the passengers didn’t have to wait longer. Or the problem was fixed so it could fly back to brussels to maintenance to fix the problem completly. And you can go on and on. But mostly it will be fixed faster as foreseen and so that the pax didn’t have to wait longer to leave.

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BOC Aviation (a leasing company, subsidiary of Bank of China, based in Singapore) has delivered the seventh of seven new B737 MAX 8 aircraft for lease to TUI Travel Aviation Finance (UK). All aircraft are powered by LEAP-1B engines.

https://www.aviation24.be/aircraft-leas ... ft-to-tui/
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TUI Airlines Netherlands took delivery of one A320, MSN 984, on wet-lease from SmartLynx Estonia. Registration ES-SAQ.
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Since the beginning of this month, ES-SAM is also flying for TUI Airlines Netherlands

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