Tuifly takes 22 Boeing 737s into the air

Boeing 737-800 (Photo: V1Images.com/Uwe Wilberg).
Boeing 737-800 (Photo: V1Images.com/Uwe Wilberg).

Tuifly takes 22 Boeing 737s into the air

Boeing 737-800 (Photo: V1Images.com/Uwe Wilberg).
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The German holiday airline Tuifly wants to bring the fleet, which has been reduced to 22 machines, completely up in the air this year. A high demand is expected, which would also generate package travelers from the parent company.

Tui is currently recording high new bookings, some of which would even top the level of 2019. From this it can be deduced that after long “stay home” slogans, the population wants to go back to the sea on vacation. They are therefore holding around 75 percent of the 2019 offer, keeping the option open if necessary to make increases.

Tuifly will be in the air with the 22 Boeing 737s in midsummer. Most of the flights this year will be in the direction of Greece. In July and August 2021, around 450.000 seats are available. Another 235.000 armchairs are offered on the Canary Islands. After Palma de Mallorca, Tuifly has 210.000 seats on offer during this period.

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