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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by convair » 08 Feb 2018, 00:09

Passenger wrote:
07 Feb 2018, 22:53
convair wrote:
07 Feb 2018, 22:30
Why try and discredit the victims i.s.o. blaming the culprits?
If you are right, then the "culprits" are the crew who totally failed in a standard situation: to remove people, unwilling to leave their non-assigned seats.
I think so. Good you gave it a second thought.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by KriVa » 08 Feb 2018, 17:29

I'm not trying to downplay anything, I'm just trying to remind everyone that there are two (or even more) sides to a story.
The side we've seen in the newspaper/website may be true, but it may as well have been grossly overstated, or somewhere in between.
Knowing my former colleagues, I find it quite hard to believe they would depart if the passengers blocking the seats refused to move, and the passengers who would have the right to those seats didn't agree to sit somewhere else. Your mileage may vary, but if this type of stuff happened during boarding, we wouldn't close the doors before it was resolved.
Of course, your mileage may vary.
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by convair » 08 Feb 2018, 18:19

KriVa wrote:
08 Feb 2018, 17:29
Knowing my former colleagues, I find it quite hard to believe they would depart if the passengers blocking the seats refused to move, and the passengers who would have the right to those seats didn't agree to sit somewhere else. Your mileage may vary, but if this type of stuff happened during boarding, we wouldn't close the doors before it was resolved.
Everyone knows there are often several versions of the same story. But apparently TUI didn't deny the facts.
Difficult as it may be, you need to learn that even your colleagues can eventually make a fault.
KriVa wrote:
08 Feb 2018, 17:29
Of course, your mileage may vary.
What's the meaning of that sentence, please?

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by KriVa » 08 Feb 2018, 21:41

I don’t have any problem acknowledging my former colleagues are capable of making faults, that’s exactly what my last sentence tells you.
https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/your_mileage_may_vary
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by convair » 08 Feb 2018, 22:59

KriVa wrote:
08 Feb 2018, 21:41
I don’t have any problem acknowledging my former colleagues are capable of making faults, that’s exactly what my last sentence tells you.
https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/your_mileage_may_vary
Didn't know that expression. Thanks

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by AquaplexAir » 09 Feb 2018, 09:01

Seems OO-JDL grounded again after Punta Cana issue and doens't perform TB503 today, EC-KSM (744 Wamos Air) will doing the fly.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by Sai » 11 Feb 2018, 16:25

Bralo20 wrote:
30 Jan 2018, 15:27
Looking at the pics on the frontpage, is that size of toilet normal? Doesn't seem very comfortable to me, it's soo tiny... Let alone that you can join the mile high club in that space :mrgreen:
According to articles and reviews it seems one of the most heard complaints of passengers and crew on the 737MAX, despite Boeing's claim of increased passenger comfort...not if you need to go :mrgreen:
Tiny toilets on B737 MAX cause complaints
American Airlines flight attendants complain about the tiny bathrooms on the 737 MAX
In its defence...can't imagine they're smaller than toilets on Avro or Embraer, etc...or are they?
The front lavatory should still be standard size

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by sn26567 » 13 Feb 2018, 19:19

TUI Group CEO Fritz Joussen said the carrier plans to own 50% of its planes in the long term, rather than leasing them, after it strengthened its balance sheet. TUI has 70 B737 MAXs on order, due to be delivered over the next five years.
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by Sai » 16 Feb 2018, 16:56

TUI fly Belgium would lease on top of the 3 A320 (mentioned on this website earlier) also 2 A320, 1 B737 and an unspecified aircraft this summerseason?
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If the info is correct would be 35 aircraft this summer + any extra 737MAX8 or B787 arriving maybe?

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by Clementijn » 20 Feb 2018, 12:53

https://www.stepstone.be/vacatures--Ab- ... uchtzak_PB

https://www.stepstone.be/jobs--Experien ... uchtzak_PB

https://www.stepstone.be/vacatures--Stu ... uchtzak_PB

https://corporate.tui.be/nl/jobs/cabin- ... ew/2014937

It seems TUI will be recruiting again for the MPL-program, but this time offering 2 trajectories.
Traject 1:
Integrated MPL-training (18months) , cost €50 000, guaranteed 24 months employment.
Traject 2:
Same as last year, 39 months, MPL combined with working in the office, same €30 000 and 24 months of employment.

Thoughts?
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by KriVa » 20 Feb 2018, 13:05

Welcome to aviation24, Clementijn!
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by Poiu » 20 Feb 2018, 13:23

Clementijn wrote:
20 Feb 2018, 12:53
https://corporate.tui.be/nl/jobs/cabin- ... ew/2014937

It seems TUI will be recruiting again for the MPL-program, but this time offering 2 trajectories.
Traject 1:
Integrated MPL-training (18months) , cost €50 000, guaranteed 24 months employment.
Traject 2:
Same as last year, 39 months, MPL combined with working in the office, same €30 000 and 24 months of employment.

Thoughts?
It’s 24 months employment in a three year period, so you will be unemployed for 12 months as well.
As an MPL you can’t work for another company as your licence is restricted.
I do not recommend these TUI schemes, there are plenty of MPL schemes around which will give you full time employment after graduation.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by Bralo20 » 22 Feb 2018, 02:04

The 2nd MAX for TUI Belgium is being assembled, it's also the 3rd MAX for the TUI group:

Line number: LN6864
Block number: 1A853
MSN: 44590
Registration: OO-TMA
Aircraft disposition: Final Assembly
City Location: Renton
Location: FAL

The 2nd MAX for the TUI group (Line number: 6783, Block number: 1A851, MSN: 44589) flew on the 6th of February, is currently in production testing and has received SE-RNA as registration, it will go to TUI Nordic in Sweden.

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by luchtzak » 26 Feb 2018, 15:59

Unique in Belgium, the pilot academy launched by TUI fly a year ago allows more young people to fulfil their dream of becoming a pilot without the budget being a drag. Today, the Belgian airline offers two training programmes to become first officer, one after 18 months, the other after 39 months. Read more @ https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui-f ... rogrammes/

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by luchtzak » 27 Feb 2018, 10:19

I read on Facebook that OO-JNL had a longer flight time above the Atlantic Ocean, the reason I discovered today: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui-f ... tic-ocean/

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by sn26567 » 27 Feb 2018, 22:19

TUIfly Nordic (Sweden) took delivery of one new B737 MAX 8, serial 44589. The delivery flight was powered by renewable fuels.

By the end of 2018, a total of nine B737 MAX 8s will be delivered to the airlines of TUI Group. These aircraft will be operated by TUI in Belgium, Sweden, the UK and the Netherlands. The first B737 MAX for TUI fly Germany is scheduled to be delivered in early 2019.
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by AquaplexAir » 08 Mar 2018, 21:35

Thanks to @aeroimagechris on twitter, he spotted the renton factory for 737max8 production and this one has going out today OO-TMA for Tui Fly Belgium :D
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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by C96C » 08 Mar 2018, 23:26

I think there are 2 "TUI fly Belium in 2018" topics...

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by luchtzak » 08 Mar 2018, 23:32

C96C wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 23:26
I think there are 2 "TUI fly Belium in 2018" topics...
Indeed! I merged the two ;-)

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Re: TUI fly Belgium in 2018

Post by Passenger » 15 Mar 2018, 19:10

TB-304 JAF-304 from Punta Cana to BRU Brussels (OO-JDL 787 Dreamliner) diverted to LGG Liège this morning.
Though without any attempt to land at BRU:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... l#10b734c0

Repositioning from LGG to BRU a bit later:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... l#10b80ee7

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TB-304 14 03 2018.jpg

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