First TUIfly Dreamliner lands here tomorrow

POSTED: 10/29/15 3:52 PM


tui_fly_sxm_dreamlinerOne of the many TUIfly airplanes. Photo TUIfly

St. Maarten – Tomorrow, the first TUIfly Dreamliner will land on Sint Maarten. TUI Netherlands is looking forward to this moment as this defines the official increase in their number of flights to the Dutch Antilles.
Sint Maarten is a welcome addition to TUI’s existing portfolio, as the demand in the Netherlands is high for vacationing on the beautiful islands of the Dutch Antilles. TUIfly ‘s new flight schedule as of November 2015 consists of 9 flights per week to the Dutch Antilles, of which 4 flights per week to Aruba, 3 flights per week to Bonaire and 2 flights per week to Sint Maarten.

All flights are triangle flights, and are combined with a stop in Curacao, with the exception of one direct flight to Curacao every Saturday. With this new schedule, the flight capacity to Bonaire will also increase substantially by approximately 40%. The fact that the entire flight operation to the Dutch Antilles is executed by Boeing 787 Dreamliners (TUIfly has 3 in the meantime), is an extra advantage for any vacationer and is so appealing that it also attracts new clients. A comfortable flight leads to well-rested passengers who can start enjoying their holiday from the moment they arrive.

TUIfly is not new to the island, but it is the very first time that TUIfly’s Dreamliner will touch down on the tarmac over at the airport. TUIfly is well known in Europe for their fair prices and good service. Especially in The Netherlands and Germany, TUIfly is very popular among travelers.

TUI operates the travel brands TUI, Holland International and Kras, as well as its own airline TUIfly. TUI the Netherlands is part of TUI Group, an international market leader in Western Europe, with its headquarters in Hannover, Germany. Within TUI Group, over 150 travel organizations cooperate in twenty countries under the same World of TUI umbrella.

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