Boeing 737 MAX On A Test Flight Flies Again In The UK - TUI - Manchester Airport

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Now that the UK CAA and EASA has approved the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again, airlines have started to take the aircraft out of storage. The first airline to fly them again in Europe was TUI, firstly with a frame from their Belgian airline and now the UK.
The aircraft, G-TUMB, only did a test flight, and didn't have any passengers onboard.
It departed MAN at 10:45 from RWY 23R and landed around 12:00 on the same runway

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