Belgian leisure carrier Jetairfly has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787. Jetairfly is part of TUI Travel. The 787 is scheduled to begin flying short- and medium-haul routes in early December and long-haul routes between Christmas and the New Year. TUI Belgium CEO Elie Bruyninckx said the Dreamliner is the “first and only 787 operated by a Belgian airline. This aircraft isn't only a perfect match with our innovative and sustainable philosophy. It is also a great asset in our ...

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