TUI fly is a European airline that’s based in Germany. It serves more than 180 popular travel destinations throughout the world thanks to its 150 aircraft, many of which are among the youngest and greenest aircraft on the market. During peak travel times, TUI also rents additional aircraft to meet customer demand, raising its available aircraft to 175 during this period.

Types of TUI Aircraft

TUI offers full-service amenities on their flights, including inflight entertainment, meal, drink, and snack service, and more. They have several different aircraft types, including  Boeing 737-800 Next Generation, Boeing 737-700 Next Generation, Boeing 737 Max, Embraer E-Jet E190, Boeing 767-300ER, and Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.

The TUI Group offers 200 different routes to destinations throughout the world, and you can travel with peace of mind because they operate in compliance with all international technology and safety standards. If there isn’t a route to where you need to go directly with TUI, they partner with other airlines during the peak season to best serve their passengers.

Traveling with the TUI Group

In addition to flights, the TUI Group is actually a tourism company that has hotels, resorts, cruises, and full-service holiday packages. They serve millions of customers each year, whether on holiday with their families or traveling for work.

They have 15 core source markets, including the UK, Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, and France, so you can be confident when traveling on one of TUI’s many aircraft that it will get you where you need to be.


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