European leisure airline TUI Group will decide by the end of May whether to extend contingency plans put in place to offset the impact of the grounding of its 15 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. If it does not become clear during May that the MAXs will resume operations by mid-July, TUI will need to extend the measures through the summer season, the company said in a May 15 statement. The group’s MAXs, which comprise about 10% of its fleet, served the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden. After ...

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