Category Archives: TUI fly Belgium

TUI fly Belgium


TUI Fly Belgium puts first Embraer E195-E2 officially into service during name giving event at Antwerp Airport

On Monday 19 June 2023, TUI Fly Belgium put its first Embraer E195-E2 officially into service during a name giving event at Antwerp Airport. It was the Mayor of Antwerp, Mr Bart De Wever, who […]


First Boeing 737 MAX for TUI Fly Belgium arrives at Brussels Airport

On Tuesday 30 January 2018, TUI Fly Belgium welcomed its very first Boeing 737 MAX at Brussels Airport. Boeing 737 MAX 8 OO-MAX, baptised ‘Tenerife Alegria’, took off from the Boeing factory in Seattle on […]


13 great aircraft liveries you can spot at Brussels Airport

Airlines take great pride in their aircraft liveries. It is a vital part of their marketing strategy and improves the visibility of their brand at major airports all over the world. That’s why most airlines apply one single […]


Jetair, Jetairfly and Jetaircenter become TUI

On Wednesday 19 October 2016, all three Belgian companies of the TUI Group (Jetair, Jetairfly and Jetaircenter) officially rebranded themselves into TUI. Jetairfly, the airline, became ‘TUI fly Belgium’. To celebrate this special occasion, TUI organized […]


Jetairfly Boeing 787 Dreamliner Event – Trip Report

Every now and then, a company gets the unique chance (some people would even call it ‘a once in a lifetime opportunity’) to stand out from its direct competitors. If that company happens to be […]


Jetairfly Boeing 787 Enters Commercial Service – Trip Report

On December 4th 2013, Belgian airline Jetairfly celebrated the arrival at Brussels Airport (BRU/EBBR) of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner OO-JDL. The aircraft landed in BRU around lunchtime, after a long non-stop delivery flight from the […]


Jetairfly Boeing 787 Arrives At Brussels Airport

On Wednesday December 4th 2013, Brussels Airport (BRU/EBBR) welcomed the very first Boeing 787 Dreamliner for Belgian airline Jetairfly. The aircraft has registration OO-JDL (LN 137) and was nicknamed ‘Diamond’. It was flown in straight from the […]