TUI Group, the German tourism company that owns six airlines, placed firm orders for 11 787-8s and 50 737NGs collectively valued at $4.7 billion, Boeing revealed yesterday. The aircraft, previously listed as belonging to an unidentified customer, will be operated by Netherlands' Arkefly, Belgium's Jetairfly, UK's Thomsonfly, Germany's TUIfly and Scandinavia's TUIfly Nordic. The airlines will use the 787s within Europe and on flights to Asia and North America while the 737s will be used on ...

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