Following the grounding of the 737 MAX, TUI states that it has made arrangements to guarantee customers’ holidays, including utilising spare aircraft of its fleet, extending expiring leases for aircraft that were supposed to be replaced by 737 MAX aircraft, as well as leasing in additional aircraft. TUI’s fleet, which comprises around 150 aircraft, currently includes 15 grounded 737 MAX for the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden. A further eight 737 MAX are scheduled for delivery by the end of May 2019. Since no dates have yet been announced for modifications of the existing aircraft model by the manufacturer,
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