Category Archives: Corendon Airlines

BOC Aviation delivers the first Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft

The first Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 for Corendon Airlines

BOC Aviation Limited has announced it has delivered its first Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 aircraft to its newest customer, Corendon Airlines, based in Turkey. The aircraft is the first delivery of the Company’s 737 MAX family aircraft.


“To date we have taken delivery of 257 Boeing aircraft and with a further 83 Boeing 737 MAX family aircraft on order, we will continue to provide our airline customers with aircraft that are modern, fuel-efficient and have a demonstrable record of fuel-savings and performance improvements,” he added.

Corendon Airlines is a Turkish leisure airline owned by the Corendon Group. Based at Antalya Airport, the airline flies to 45 countries and 145 airports, offering extensive services to Brussels, Amsterdam and Copenhagen from large cities across Turkey. The airline also operates charter and ACMI services (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance) with its fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft.

Copyright Photo (all others by Corendon Airlines): Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 TC-MKS (msn 64936) BFI (Joe G. Walker). Image: 941856.

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Corendon Airlines focuses on family vacations with its “Kids & Co.” logojet

Corendon Airlines (Antalya) in March introduced this “Kids & Co.” logojet to promote its new focus on family vacations with its special holiday packages for families.

Copyright Photo: Gerd Beilfuss.

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Corendon Airlines’ Boeing 737-4Y0 TC-TJF makes a short overrun of the runway at Amsterdam

Corendon Airlines’ (Corendon.com) (Antalya) Boeing 737-4Y0 TC-TJF (msn 26078) with 166 passengers and crew slightly overran runway 4-22 at Amsterdam while attempting to land at 1903 local time last night. There were no injuries and there was no damage to the aircraft.

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Copyright Photo: Gunter Mayer. TC-TJF is pictured at Nuremberg before the incident.