Tui Belgium: The B737-Max is about to be used again

Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Eddy Cuperus).
Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Eddy Cuperus).

Tui Belgium: The B737-Max is about to be used again

Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Eddy Cuperus).
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Tui Airlines Belgium will shortly put the Boeing 737 Max 8 back into commercial service with the OO-MAX. A test flight will be carried out on Wednesday on the Brussels-Malaga-Alicante-Brussels route. However, there will be no passengers on board.

According to a spokeswoman, a total of four machines of this type are being prepared for re-use. Tui Airlines Belgium also carried out a first test flight last week. A spokeswoman confirmed that the Boeing 737 Max 8 will be back in service “in the next few days or weeks”. Until then, all EASA requirements will be met.

Tui Airlines Belgium's Max fleet consists of four units. These had been parked at Brussels Airport since March 2019. The first test flight was carried out on February 10, 2020 with the OO-TMY. The OO-MAX followed on Monday. More movements of this kind will follow in the next few days.

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