TUIfly is the third largest airline in Germany and was founded in January 2007 as a cooperation of Hapag-Lloyd Flug and Hapag-Lloyd Express whose brands Hapagfly and HLX.com are no longer used. All flights are operated by Hapag-Lloyd Flug while Hapag-Lloyd Express markets them. TUIFly is headquartered by Hannover Airport in Langenhagen, Lower Saxony.
TUIfly offers both charter and low-cost flights. About 60% of all seats are sold directly, 30% as a part of a TUI holiday package, and 10% by other agencies. In contrast to other low-cost carriers, all seats are pre-assigned at check-in. Catering differs between short- and classical holiday-routes (see Inflight Services).
With a fleet of currently 47 Boeing 737 aircraft, TUIfly is Germany"s third largest operator, only surpassed by Lufthansa and Air Berlin. As it does not have an IATA or ICAO designator of its own yet, usually the former designators of HLX are used (with a few exceptions for legal reasons). While most flights are operated by Hapag-Lloyd Flug, there are also some flights operated by Germania.
The airline had a special program for students in the beginning 2007. The program contained unrestricted number of flights through special airports in Europe during a period for a fixed fare. In fall the airline announced to close this program.
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