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TUI In Talks About Cruise Joint Venture With Hapag-Lloyd
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TUI Sells German Holiday Home Provider Wolters Reisen
TUI AG is a Germany-based integrated tourism group. The Company operates through the following segments: Hotels & Resorts, Cruises, Destination Experiences, Markets & Airlines, divided into Northern Region, Central Region and Western Region, and All other segments. The Hotels & Resorts segment comprises all group-owned hotels and hotel shareholdings. The Cruises segment consists of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, the joint venture TUI Cruises and Marella Cruises. The Destination Experiences segment comprises delivering services in the destinations. The Northern Region comprises the Group's tour operators and airlines in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Nordics, Canada and Russia. The Central Region comprises tour operators and airlines in Germany and tour operators in Austria, Poland and Switzerland. The Western Region segment comprises tour operators in Belgium, the Netherlands and France. All other segments comprise primarily the central tourism functions, such as information technology.
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Peter J. Long
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European travel company TUI said an exceptional number of holiday bookings would help offset the impact of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding on its annual profit, enabling it to lift the bottom end of annual earnings guidance.
Holiday company TUI <TUIGn.DE> <TUIT.L> on Friday said it would receive 700 million euros ($767 million) from the sale of its Hapag-Lloyd Cruises unit to its joint venture with Royal Caribbean Cruises <RCL.N>.
Holiday company TUI on Friday said it would bolster its cruises joint venture with Royal Caribbean Cruises by bringing in its Hapag-Lloyd Cruises unit, which is valued at 1.2 billion euros ($1.32 billion) as part of the deal.
* Sees 2020 earnings in range of 950 mln euros to 1.05 bln euros
TUI Group's annual earnings fell 26%, in line with a previously downgraded outlook, as Europe's biggest holiday company paid the price for its Boeing 737 MAX planes being grounded.
* Shares rise almost 13% (Adds shares, analyst comment, estimates, TUI outlook, background)
TUI <TUIT.L> <TUIGn.DE> on Thursday said it would boost its travel portfolio for German tourists and attract 500,000 new German customers next year, as it is offering partnerships to travel agencies affiliated to insolvent Thomas Cook.
European tourism group TUI said on Tuesday it was assessing the impact of the collapse of British rival Thomas Cook on its operations, including offering replacement flights for customers booked on the failed operator's airline.
European tourism group TUI said the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX jets was a big burden as it reported a 46% decline in underlying quarterly core earnings (EBITA) on Tuesday.
UK shares inched lower on Tuesday, as worries over protests in Hong Kong, the U.S.-China trade spat and the health of the British economy continued to fuel a risk-off sentiment, even though travel firm TUI rose after quarterly results.
TUI Chief Executive Fritz Joussen said on Tuesday that he expected consolidation in the holiday industry but believed his company was well equipped to deal with it.
European travel and tourism operator TUI said on Tuesday that robust business outweighed problems with the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX jets in its third quarter and it upheld its earnings outlook for the full year.
Travel firm TUI said it did not expect an additional financial impact from the grounded 737 MAX after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing must address a new risk on the grounded jet before it can return to service.
Travel company TUI's contingency measures to cope with the grounding of Boeing 737 MAX jets were triggered on Monday, sending its shares down more than 4%.
* Clarity on MAXs needed by end of May to avoid further profit hit (Recasts, adds detail, quotes)
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.
* Shares fall to all-time low (Adds executive comments on commitment to Boeing, bookings down; updates shares)
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.
Britain's FTSE 100 thrived as hopes of progress in the latest round of Sino-U.S. trade talks ignited optimism, while tour operator TUI tumbled after a profit warning and AstraZeneca weakened after a $6.9 billion cancer drug tie-up.
** Tour operator Tui's London-listed shares down 10 pct at 697.6 pounds
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