Category Archives: TUI fly (Germany)

TUI fly Germany opens up the Caribbean from Düsseldorf

TUI fly Deutschland on February 4 added new service to Punta Cana, Puerto Plata and Cancun from Düsseldorf available for booking. Flights will commence on November 4, 2020 for the next winter season.

Two TUI Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners will be operated on the routes.

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TUI fly Germany to start long-haul Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner flights from Dusseldorf

TUI fly (Germany) has reportedly selected Dusseldorf International Airport as the launch airport for its new planned Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner long-haul flights.

Services are expected to be launched in November 2020 to the Dominican Republic and Mexico.

TUI fly will base two Boeing 787-8s at DUS.

TUI AG, the world’s largest tour company, holds a majority of shares in TUI Travel PLC, London, to which the TUI fly airline company belongs. TUI fly uses 26 Boeing 737 aircraft to fly to the classic holiday destinations for TUI.

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TUI fly Germany to fly long-haul with two Boeing 787 Dreamliners

TUI fly Germany made this announcement (translated from German):

The decision for long-haul flights at TUI fly in Germany has been made and confirmed by the TUI Group.

With the beginning of the winter timetable 2020/21, TUI fly will start long-distance flights from Germany.

Two Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft will fly to destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico.

“An agreement with the social partners makes the decision for the long haul flights possible. Strategically, the long-haul segment brings several advantages for the TUI Group: The feeder flights for cruises of the “Mein Schiff” fleet of TUI Cruises are operated under their own flag. The TUI Group is strong on long-haul destinations and owns a comprehensive hotel portfolio in the Caribbean. The approach of long-haul destinations, such as the Cape Verde Islands, is also being considered. There, the TUI Group has a strong presence with its own hotel brands such as RIU, Robinson and TUI Blue, “says Oliver Lackmann, Managing Director of TUIfly GmbH.”

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