Germany: Tui and FTI get more Smartlynx machines

Airbus A320 (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Fabian Kirchthaler).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Fabian Kirchthaler).

Germany: Tui and FTI get more Smartlynx machines

Airbus A320 (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Fabian Kirchthaler).
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The Smartlynx Group was able to land further full charter orders in Germany. You will fly for the tour operators FTI and Tui Germany.

According to a report by the industry journal FVW, Airbus A320s are used from Saarbrücken and Nuremberg for the latter tour operator. FTI has Boeing 737 Max heading for Dubai and Hurghada from Berlin. Another customer is Schauinsland-Reisen, which, in addition to Sundair, also relies on the services of the Latvian group of companies.

Smartlynx currently has flight operations, each with its own certificates, in Latvia, Estonia and Malta. The A321F operation, which is carried out for the logistics group Deutsche Post-DHL, is located at the latter AOC.

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