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Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:10 am

Hi
Does anybody know when the first tuifly.com aircraft are expected to be painted from thomsonfly.com? I've heard two years from somewhere - is that right?
With Tui trying to make baby blue what easyjet done for orange, why on earth have they gone yellow all of a sudden?

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Vasu
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:21 am

I reckon their aim is to have one airline brand (TUIfly.com), but with each country having its own fuselage colour...

Germany = Yellow
Morocco = Green
UK = blue

... only a thought!
 
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:32 am

It's cause of a change. They wanted to plug HLX and Hapagfly together in Germany now they leave them seperated but under one hood (tuifly.com) .
They just operate two different kinds of route service:
- holiday: which has the old normal hapagfly service
- "linie" : which has the HLX service (which means no service at all I guess)

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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:17 am

Meant to happen fairly soon.


Unfortuantely all TUI's aircraft will become that ghastly yellow with the tuifly titles, a little like what Thomas Cook are doing with Condor. Such a shame, as I liked the Thomsonfly name and brand image. Also with Thomsonfly being like HLX/hapagfkly sort of set up, expect to see the same kinda thing, same livery different services.
 
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:22 am

I like the yellow actually.

Its meant to be 2008 AFAIK.

Its a shame to see thomsonfly go though, they were a great airline.
 
englandair
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:36 am

I always thought they should have aircraft in a mix of colours ala Courtline!
 
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:48 am

Having just read all the comments about Delta changing colours so often these days on the New Livery for CO? thread, I'm quite surprised nobody has commented on this mismatch of brands. They seem to have changed by each February 29th.
 
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:26 pm

Quoting BFS (Reply 6):
Having just read all the comments about Delta changing colours so often these days on the New Livery for CO? thread, I'm quite surprised nobody has commented on this mismatch of brands. They seem to have changed by each February 29th.

I'm almost beginning to think that someone high up in TUI has shares in a sprayshop?!
 
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:00 am

Quoting HUYguy (Reply 4):
Its a shame to see thomsonfly go though, they were a great airline

Well they wont excactly change much, they will just lose the lovely blue paint  Sad

Whe Im skiing in the Alps, and I glance up in the sky, instead of seeing a lovely blue 752 gliding into TRN, Ill see a tacky YELLOW 752 plunkling its way in  Sad

WE WANT BLUE BACK :d
 
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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:15 am

Thomsonfly UK have been fighting the yellow decision, thus why the recent aircraft deliverys are in blue!


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RE: Tuifly.com In The UK

Thu Feb 08, 2007 11:29 am

They've got a nice set of corporate colours at the moment... the shades of blue, and the "sandy" tones...

why change it?!

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