TUI Group Q3 Profits Tumble On MAX Grounding

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Hanover, Germany-based TUI Group has seen a negative financial impact by the global Boeing 737 MAX grounding as well as delayed bookings for the leisuure conglomerate’s fiscal 2019 third quarter (Q3). The group’s five airlines operate a 150-strong fleet, which includes 23 MAXs, four of which are...

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