European leisure specialist TUI Group is considering swapping some of its later Boeing 737 MAX 8 deliveries to the larger MAX 10 and, separately, is performing a series of Wi-Fi evaluations. TUI Group currently operates a fleet of around 150 aircraft across its six airlines, including four Embraer 190s, eight Boeing 737-700s, 93 737-800s, five 737 MAX 8s, 14 757s, six 767s and 17 787s. Speaking to ATW at the Farnborough Air Show, TUI Group board member for aviation David Burling said the ...

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