TUIfly's Boeing 737-800 (D-AHFM) with Haribo gummy bear livery

TUIfly's Boeing 737-800 (D-AHFM) with Haribo gummy bear livery

What’s sweeter than a livery with gummy bears on it? Not too much.

TUIfly is Germany’s third largest airline and is headquartered in Langenhagen, Germany. The airline was founded in January 2007 as a cooperation between Hapag-Lloyd Flug and Hapag-Lloyd Express. TUIfly flies both scheduled and charter flights. They run a fleet of about 40 Boeing 737, most of which are Boeing 737-800’s.

Haribo is a large candy producer who is also based in Germany. They are best known for making gummy and jelly sweets.

And if blue is not your color, TUIfly also has a gold Haribo livery as well.

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