TUI Airlines UK

rollo

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Do we know what time the Dreamliner one is departing

Sorry dan9999 the 788 did a local flight check at BHX this morning I could have sworn when I checked earlier it was on the NCL run. The second 737 of the day due to depart BHX at 1500, don't know if they actually land before they return.
 

airforced

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The recently reported problems that affected 106 of the 737 MAX aircraft that were grounded due to a potential production fault have been identified by FR24 and TUI UK own 5 of them which must be put right before they enter service. The aircraft concerned and where they are parked are reported as follows;
The full article can be found here https://www.flightradar24.com/blog/...site&utm_source=sendgrid.com&utm_medium=email
TUI AirwaysG-TUMO446087879Boeing 737-8London (LGW)
TUI AirwaysG-TUMK446057541Boeing 737-8London (LGW)
TUI AirwaysG-TUMJ446047525Boeing 737-8London (LGW)
TUI AirwaysG-TUMH446027439Boeing 737-8London (LGW)
TUI AirwaysG-TUMG446007400Boeing 737-8Manchester (MAN)
 

Severn

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TUI - Boeing 737-8 MAX - Thu 10 June 2021

Today B38M G-TUMG operated MAN-ACE-MAN as BY2468/9.
I believe this is the first commercial MAX flight by TUI UK since the fleet was grounded back in March 2019.
Another MAN based MAX did a circuit a few days ago however the rest of the fleet are all "stored" (haven't flown since March/April).

The fleet is now up to 11x aircraft with the latest addition G-TUMR arriving in LGW a couple of days ago on Tuesday 8th June. Five more aircraft are due soon - 2x from TUI Nordic, 2x from TUI Germany and another TUI UK delivery.

The MAX fleet are currently based as follows:
MAN x5
LGW x4
BHX x1
BRS x1
 

TheLocalYokel

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TUI - Boeing 737-8 MAX - Thu 10 June 2021

Today B38M G-TUMG operated MAN-ACE-MAN as BY2468/9.
I believe this is the first commercial MAX flight by TUI UK since the fleet was grounded back in March 2019.
Another MAN based MAX did a circuit a few days ago however the rest of the fleet are all "stored" (haven't flown since March/April).

The fleet is now up to 11x aircraft with the latest addition G-TUMR arriving in LGW a couple of days ago on Tuesday 8th June. Five more aircraft are due soon - 2x from TUI Nordic, 2x from TUI Germany and another TUI UK delivery.

The MAX fleet are currently based as follows:
MAN x5
LGW x4
BHX x1
BRS x1
Is that not TUI's four biggest UK bases?
 
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