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About TUI Fly

TUI fly Deutshland, formerly known as TUIfly, is a German leisure airline headquartered at Hannover Airport. The airline is owned by the travel and tourism company TUI Group.  TUI fly Deutschland is part of the TUI Airlines "alliance." In 2007 Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX) and Hapagfly merged to form TUI fly. TUI fly is a wholly-owned enterprise of the TUI Group, the world's leading tourism troup with headquarters in Hanover, Germany.  TUI fly flies to 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 40 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.

 


TUI Fly Fleet

The TUI Fly fleet is comprised of 18 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. 

 


TUI Fly Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers are permitted one piece of carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 5kg. The dimension of the carry-on must not exceed 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. For some holidays, you are allowed 7k of carry-on luggage but this will be clearly shown on your ticket. 

Checked Baggage

The baggage allowance for TUI Fly customers will vary depending on the fare class of the ticket purchased. The free baggage limit for Perfect Fare customers is 20k. The Pure Fare does not include any free baggage. The maximum dimensions for any piece of baggage must not exceed 80cm x 65cm x45cm.

 


TUI Fly Check-in

Online Check-In

Online check-in can be completed 30 days prior to flight departure but closes five hours before the flight's departure.

Airport Check-In

In general, the airport check-in desks open two hours before the scheduled departure time. The desks will close 45 minutes prior to departure, or, 60 minutes prior to departure if flying from Tel Aviv. 

 


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Alternative Airlines gives you the opportunity to book TUI Fly flights in English. You can search and buy the TUI Fly flights you need and complete you booking in English. Pay with the currency of your choice and even book with Paypal!

 


TUI Fly Hub Airport

Gatwick Airport

One of TUI Fly's airport bases is Gatwick Airport, near Crawley in West Sussex. Gatwick is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom and the eighth busiest airport in Europe. In 2017, around 40 million passengers came through Gatwick's doors.

Gatwick Airport

Photo credit: Mike McBey

 


TUI Fly Destination


TUI Fly Destinations

Boa Vista - Rabil Airport

Sal - Amílcar Cabral International Airport

Egypt

Hurghada - Hurghada International Airport

Marsa Alam - Marsa Alam International Airport

Agadir - Al Massira Airport seasonal

Tel Aviv - Ben Gurion International Airport seasonal

Cologne/Bonn - Cologne Bonn Airport base

Düsseldorf - Düsseldorf Airport base

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Airport base

Hanover - Hanover Airport base

Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden - Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport seasonal base

Munich - Munich Airport base

Nuremberg - Nuremberg Airport seasonal

Saarbrücken - Saarbrücken Airport seasonal base

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Airport base

Araxos/Patras - Araxos Airport seasonal

Corfu - Corfu International Airport, "Ioannis Kapodistrias" seasonal

Heraklion - Heraklion Airport seasonal

Kos - Kos Airport seasonal

Rhodes - Rhodes International Airport, "Diagoras" seasonal

Malta - Malta International Airport seasonal

Faro - Faro Airport seasonal

Funchal Madeira - Madeira Airport seasonal

Fuerteventura - Fuerteventura Airport

Ibiza - Ibiza Airport seasonal

Jerez de la Frontera - Jerez Airport seasonal

Lanzarote - Lanzarote Airport

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - Gran Canaria Airport

Minorca - Menorca Airport seasonal

Palma de Mallorca - Palma de Mallorca Airport

Tenerife - Tenerife South Airport

Basel/Mulhouse - EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg

Antalya - Antalya Airport seasonal

Dalaman - Dalaman Airport seasonal

Samsun - Carsamba Airport seasonal

 


TUI Fly News

April 2018

TUIfly has expanded their summer 2018 season plans to operate service to Trieste in Italy, on board Boeing 737-800 aircraft. This is to compensate for additional demand in the summer month for leisure travellers. Planned schedule as follows.

Cologne – Trieste 13MAY18 – 07OCT18 
Hamburg – Trieste 13MAY18 – 07OCT18 
Hannover – Trieste 13MAY18 – 07OCT18 

Eash flight will depart once a week. 

 

January 2018

TUI takes new delivery of first 737 MAX 8

The travel group took delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX on 8 Jan. 29. The aircraft will be operated by TUI fly Belgium, a European subsidiary and is the first of a total of nine to be delivered during the course of this year. TUI ordered a number of new aircraft, among them 52 737 MAX 8s and 18 737 MAX 10s. The first nine aircraft will be taken by the group’s affiliated airlines in Belgium, Sweden, the UK and the Netherlands.TUIfly Germany will receive its first 737 MAX 8 in early 2019, TUI said. TUI owns six airlines with a fleet of 150 aircraft.

 

August 2017

TUI seeks new future for German airline TUIfly.

TUI seeks new future for German airline TUIfly. TUIfly remains on a turbulent flight path and is again facing an uncertain future just two months after talks over a possible merger with Air Berlin’s leisure airline Niki broke down. That deal would have combined TUIfly’s 42 jets (including the 14 wet-leased to Air Berlin) with 17 Niki-operated planes to create a major European leisure airline, with TUI only holding a minority stake. 

 

Afterwards TUI said its German airline would operate as a standalone carrier in future but remained open for partnerships. But the insolvency of Air Berlin has now changed the picture once again. The most pressing issue for TUI is what happens to the 14 B737 planes that it has wet-leased to Air Berlin under a lucrative 10-year contract (expiring in 2019) and which are currently flying under Niki colours.