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A TUI Airlines Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner landing in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in November 2018.

Passengers flying between the UK and India endured a nightmarish 36-hour delay as their airline plotted a new route because of US-Iran tensions

TUI flyers between London Gatwick and Goa were reportedly told restrictions were in place due to 'recent political issues in the Middle East.'
Thomas Cook planes parked in England's Manchester Airport on Monday, September 23 2019, after the airline collapsed.

Rival airlines are hiking prices by as much as 400% after Thomas Cook collapsed

Passengers say they saw flight price increases from airlines like Jet2, British Airways, TUI, and Ryanair. Operators say it is just economics.
An undelivered TUI Boeing 737 Max plane sits at a Boeing employee car park in Seattle, Washington, in June 2019.

Airlines have been flying empty Boeing 737 Max planes around the world as they scramble to get ready for its return to service

The 737 Max has been grounded for almost six months, and though there is no set date for its return, airlines want to be as prepared as possible.

A German tourism group expects the Boeing 737 Max’s grounding to cost it over $300 million this year

Tui's pre-tax profits more than halved in the third quarter due to the model's grounding, as well as delayed bookings and Brexit uncertainty.
A Southwest Boeing 737 Max plane.

Airlines say the grounding of the 737 Max will cost them hundreds of millions of dollars, and they’re ready to pursue Boeing for the money

Southwest, American Airlines, Tui, and Norwegian have all warned of hits to their profits after the Boeing 737 Max was grounded.
A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX.

These 12 airlines have the most Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in their fleet

Roughly one-third of the 371 Boeing 737 MAX airliners in service have been grounded since the crash Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302.

A British family was forced to sit on the floor of an airplane after their assigned seats were missing

The trio was accommodated in crew jump seats for take-off and landing, but had nowhere to sit but the floor when flight attendants needed the space for service.