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In summer 2007, the TUI AG Group in Germany owns 48 aircraft, which means that TUI operates the third-largest German fleet after Lufthansa and Air Berlin, carrying more than 12.5 million passengers per annum. As from mid-January 2007, the entire aircraft fleet, which originated from Hapagfly and HLX, will operate under the new, amalgamated airline brand TUIfly.

TUIfly offers flights to 80 destinations in 17 countries, at low fares and in the customary high quality. Hapag-Lloyd Flug continues to stand for reliable flight operations, where quality, punctuality and friendly service on board take top priority. will be expanded into an international airline sales brand and will in future provide a central online travel platform which offers additional travel modules for business and holiday travellers.

TUIfly headquarters are at Hanover Airport. The two wholly-owned TUI Travel PLC subsidiaries Hapag-Lloyd Flug GmbH, responsible for flight operations, and Hapag-Lloyd Express GmbH as sales company, will remain separate legal entities for the time being.


As from April 2007, Hapagfly and Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX) will operate under the new joint brand TUIfly. The 48 aircraft in the TUIfly fleet will then serve a route network of around 80 destinations in 17 different countries. Prices for a single flight on selected routes begin at just € 19.99 and can be booked at, at your travel agency or through the TUIfly service centre. TUIfly is now the third-largest airline in Germany and is expected to carry some 12.5 million passengers in 2007. TUIfly employs a workforce of approx. 2400.

Since Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft was founded in 1972, it has evolved into one of the leading German charter airlines. Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft (later Hapagfly) repeatedly set new standards in terms of service, reliability and safety. In 2006, the airline carried approx. 6.7 million passengers. In summer 2006, the Hapagfly fleet comprised 33 Boeing 737-700s and 737-800s.

The first Boeing 737 to fly for Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX), the low-cost carrier of TUI AG, took off on 3 December 2002. Within just four years, the original fleet of four aircraft had grown to 18 Boeing 737s, serving a route network of 39 destinations in eleven different countries. In 2006 alone, HLX carried a total of around 4.4 million passengers. With its striking design, which is reminiscent of a New York cab, and its “Fly for the price of a taxi” corporate policy, this airline created distinctive landmarks in the European low-cost carrier market.

Fleet and flight crews:
In summer 2007, the fleet will consist of 56 modern Boeing 737s, operated by the two reputable companies Germania and Hapag-Lloyd Flug, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of TUI AG. These two companies will also supply the pilots and flight attendants for TUIfly. All these employees are thoroughly experienced, highly motivated and, of course, qualified to meet international standards. They attend regular training sessions and advanced training courses to ensure that they satisfy all the requirements of the prescribed regular checks.

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