The airline TUI fly

Who we are

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In the summer of 2007, Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX) and Hapagfly merged to form TUI fly. The airline is a wholly-owned enterprise of the TUI Group, the world's leading tourism troup with headquarters in Hanover, Germany. TUI fly flies to the classic holiday regions all around the Mediterranean, the Canary and Cape Verde Islands, Madeira and Egypt for TUI and other tour operators. By the summer of 2014, TUI fly used 39 Boeing 737 aircraft to fly to these destinations. TUI fly offers a high degree of quality for a fair price with characteristic reliability, punctuality and safety. TUI fly headquarters are at the Hanover Airport.

Bookings can be made quickly and easily at www.tuifly.com. The TUI smile is not only a part of our logo, but also our promise to provide quality to our customers. TUI fly offers customers more than just transportation. In 2014, almost 7,8 passengers flew with TUI fly.


Fleet and flight personnel

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TUI fly was established in the summer of 2007 in the merger of Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX) and Hapagfly. The airline is a wholly owned subsidiary of the TUI Group, the leading global tourism enterprise with headquarters in Hanover, Germany. TUI fly flies for TUI and other travel companies to the classic holiday regions around the Mediterranean Sea, to the Canary Islands, the Cape Verde Islands, Madeira and Egypt. For these flights, TUI fly employs 39 aircraft of the advanced Boeing 737 type. TUI fly provides high quality for fair prices and stands for reliability, punctuality and safety. TUI fly headquarters is located at the Hanover Airport.

Bookings can be made quickly and easily at www.tuifly.com. The TUI smile is not only part of our trademark, but a promise of quality to our customers. TUI fly offers its passengers much more than just transportation. Each year, nearly 8 million passengers fly to holiday destinations with TUI fly.

History


TUI fly

Since the summer of 2007, Hapagfly and Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX) have been flying under the new, common brand name TUI. The airline is part of the TUI Group, London, in which TUI AG, the largest global tourism enterprise, holds a majority interest. Currently, TUI fly serves a route network of 27 destinations in 11 countries. Among these are destinations in the classic holiday regions around the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands and Egypt. With a fleet of 39 advanced aircraft, type Boeing 737, flights depart from 25 German airports. TUI fly provides high quality for fair prices.


Hapagfly

Since it was founded in 1972, Hapag-Lloyd Flug (an airline company) has become one of the leading German holiday destination flight companies. In terms of service, reliability and safety, Hapag-Lloyd Flug (later Hapagfly) continues to set benchmarks. In 2006, the airline transported around 6.7 million passengers. In the summer of 2006, the Hapagfly fleet consisted of 33 Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft.


HLX

On 3 December 2002, the first Boeing 737 took off for Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX), TUI AG's low cost airline. Within just four years, the fleet grew from four to a total of eighteen Boeing 737 aircraft flying a route network including 39 destinations in eleven countries. In 2006 alone, HLX transported around 4.4 million passengers. With its distinct design, similar to that of New York taxis, and the slogan "Fly at taxi fare prices", the airline made its mark in the European low cost flight market.

For an overview of historic milestones, click here.

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