European leisure airline TUI Group, which had 15 Boeing 737 MAX 8s in its fleet of 150 aircraft when the aircraft was grounded, expects the cost impact to be about $200 million assuming the MAXs will remain out of service through June. Oliver Lackmann, managing director at TUI’s German operation, TUI fly, revealed the cost estimate and talked about how the company was covering for the MAX in a fireside chat during the Routes Europe 2019 conference in Hannover April 9. In addition to ...

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