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TUI AG (TUIT.L)

TUIT.L on London Stock Exchange

741.00GBp
24 May 2019
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Wed, May 15 2019

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TUI warns of 2019 headwinds from Spain overcapacity, 737 MAX grounding

LONDON TUI said its first-half losses deepened due to airline overcapacity for Spain and the grounding of its 15 Boeing 737 MAX planes, two issues that could plague the Anglo-German tour operator over the rest of the year.

UPDATE 2-TUI warns of 2019 headwinds from Spain overcapacity, 737 MAX grounding

* Clarity on MAXs needed by end of May to avoid further profit hit (Recasts, adds detail, quotes)

TUI warns of further profit hit without clarity on Boeing 737 MAX in May

LONDON, May 15 Anglo-German tour operator TUI needs clarity over the status of its grounded Boeing 737 MAX planes by the end of May or it will take another hit on profit, the company said on Wednesday.

TUI sticks with Boeing 737 MAX orders despite profit hit

FRANKFURT TUI remains committed to its Boeing 737 MAX orders despite two fatal crashes that have led to the grounding of the plane worldwide and caused the Anglo-German tour operator to issue a profit warning on Friday.

Cost of Boeing groundings rises as TUI takes $200 million-plus hit

FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON Anglo-German tour operator TUI became the latest Boeing 737 MAX operator to warn of a hit to its profits as the U.S. planemaker moved to restore confidence in its best-selling model after two fatal crashes that have grounded the planes worldwide. | Video

TUI sticks with Boeing 737 MAX orders despite profit hit

FRANKFURT TUI remains committed to its Boeing 737 MAX orders despite two fatal crashes that have led to the grounding of the plane worldwide and caused the Anglo-German tour operator to issue a profit warning on Friday. | Video

Cost of Boeing groundings rises as TUI takes $200 million-plus hit

FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON Anglo-German tour operator TUI became the latest Boeing 737 MAX operator to warn of a hit to its profits as the U.S. planemaker moved to restore confidence in its best-selling model after two fatal crashes that have grounded the planes worldwide. | Video

UPDATE 3-TUI sticks with Boeing 737 MAX orders despite profit hit

* Shares fall to all-time low (Adds executive comments on commitment to Boeing, bookings down; updates shares)

Factbox: Airlines set out cost after Boeing plane grounded

Tour operator TUI warned its profit would fall by at least 200 million euros ($225 million) this year after the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft, further evidence of the financial impact of two fatal crashes involving the same type of plane.

Factbox - Airlines set out cost after Boeing plane grounded

Tour operator TUI warned its profit would fall by at least 200 million euros (172.16 million pounds) this year after the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft, further evidence of the financial impact of two fatal crashes involving the same type of plane.

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