D-AMAX: Tuifly has taken over the first Boeing 737 Max 8

Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Huy Do).
Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Huy Do).

D-AMAX: Tuifly has taken over the first Boeing 737 Max 8

Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Huy Do).
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The German holiday airline Tuifly will be using a Boeing 2021 Max 737 aircraft in midsummer 8. This has the registration D-AMAX (MSN: 44601) and has already arrived in Hanover. There, the airline's technicians prepare the newcomer for its first commercial use.

A spokesman confirmed that the first and at least temporarily the only Boeing 737 Max 8 has been taken over. This is to be put into commercial liner service shortly. There is no exact date for this yet. The company expects this step to be taken in the course of midsummer.

Additional units should not be added - at least during the high season. Originally 25 Boeing 737 Max 8s were destined for the German Tuifly. The sister company in Belgium, among others, has been using the pattern for several months. This type of machine was also used selectively from Germany. How many Boeing 737 Max 8s will actually land at Tuifly is still open. In any case, the summer flight plan is to be contested with the fleet reduced to 22 planes. With the exception of a single Max 8, it is otherwise the predecessor model Boeing 737NG.

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