Jetairfly is a Belgian airline with its headquarters in Ostend, Belgium and its centre of flight operations in Zaventem, Belgium. It operates scheduled passenger flights. Officialy known as TUI Airlines Belgium, it adopted its new trading name Jetairfly in November 2005. Jetairfly is a part of the largest leisure fleet in Europe: together with seven other airlines which are linked together by the virtual alliance TUI Airlines, which is a part of the TUI Travel PLC Group, the largest tourism group in the world. TUI Airlines groups Jetairfly, Arkefly (The Netherlands), Corsairfly (France), TUIfly (Germany), Thomson Airways (United Kingdom), TUIfly Nordic (Sweden) and Jet4you (Morocco) with a fleet of more than hundred aircraft. Since March 2004, Jetairfly has operated to more than 80 airports in the Mediterranean, Red Sea, Caribbean, Canary Islands, Africa and Asia. The airline's home base is Brussels Airport, but flights are also operated from Liege Airport, Ostend-Bruges International Airport and Brussels South Charleroi Airport. The airline carries hundreds of thousands of passengers annually and is the second largest airline in Belgium.