TUI fly (Netherlands) (OR, Amsterdam Schiphol) has wet-leased an A320-200 from Bulgaria's Fly2Sky (F6, Sofia) to support its operations in August 2022.

LZ-MDO (msn 879) was ferried from Oslo Gardermoen to Amsterdam Schiphol on August 1, 2022, and began operating for the Dutch TUI Group unit on the same day. It remains based out of the Dutch gateway and is deployed on a variety of routes to Greece, Spain, and Turkey. The ACMI contract covers the entire month of August.

Fly2Sky operates three A320-200s, the ch-aviation fleets module shows. The remaining two aircraft are wet-leased to Norwegian Air Sweden AOC and Aegean Airlines. The Bulgarian ACMI/charter specialist also operates two A321-200s which are currently wet-leased to Transavia France and Aegean Airlines.

In turn, TUI fly (Netherlands) operates an in-house fleet of six B737-8s, one B767-300ER, and three B787-8s. The airline supplements its fleet with a wide portfolio of wet-leased aircraft, currently comprising a B757-200 operated by Icelandair, two B737-800s operated by Canada's Sunwing Airlines, and one B737-800, one B737-8, and one B767-300(ER) operated by sister carrier TUI fly (Belgium). The airline also wet-leased two A320-200s from GlobalX and one A330-200 from GullivAir but returned them as of early August 2022.