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Corendon Airlines to fly to Dalaman from four U.K. airports

Corendon Airlines (Turkey) has launched its flight program from the UK to Antalya and Dalaman in summer 2024.

There will be a total of 27 flights per week to Antalya and Dalaman from London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristol and Glasgow.


In summer 2024, Corendon Airlines will continue to fly you twice a week from the four British airports of London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and Newcastle directly to Dalaman, the destination airport of the magnificent Lycian Coast.

However, if you are drawn more to the Turkish Riviera, you can choose between London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristol and Glasgow, which will fly to Antalya a total of 19 times a week.

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Corendon Airlines launches operations from Denmark

Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 N57002 (TC-MKZ) (msn 61855) BFI (Brian Worthington). Image: 957288.

Corendon Airlines (Turkey) is now also getting started in Denmark.

The airline started operations at CPH on April 8, 2022.

The Turkish airline is operating two flights a week to Dalaman and Antalya.

The airline will be flying from Copenhagen and Billund to the most beautiful sunny destinations around the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands:

Turkey
We fly from Copenhagen to the holiday destinations of Antalya and Gazipasa on the Mediterranean, Izmir and Bodrum on the Aegean, Dalaman on the Lycian coast and Konya in Central Anatolia – the city of mystic and scholar Mevlana, with its “whirling dervishes”. Fly from Billund to Antalya, Gazipasa and Bodrum.

Greece
The three top Greek destinations – the islands of Crete, Rhodes and Kos, are flown to from both Copenhagen and Billund. On the sun-drenched island of Crete, we serve the two airports of Chania and Heraklion.

Spain
From Copenhagen, we fly to the Canary Islands Gran Canaria and Tenerife with their unique volcanic nature, heavenly beaches and the world’s best climate as well as to the most popular holiday islands of the Mediterranean: Mallorca and Ibiza. We also fly to Mallorca from Billund.

Previously the airline launched operations from Glasgow on April 4 to Antalya and Dalaman throughout summer 2022.

As well as Newcastle:

Top Copyright Photo: Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 N57002 (TC-MKZ) (msn 61855) BFI (Brian Worthington). Image: 957288.

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GetJet Airlines inks a long-term agreement with Corendon Airlines

GetJet Airlines, a Lithuanian airline, ACMI, and charter service provider operating since 2016, announced today that it has signed an agreement with Corendon Airlines, a leisure airline transporting tourists between Europe and holiday destinations across the Eastern Mediterranean.

Under the terms of the 7-month ACMI agreement, GetJet Airlines will operate flights on behalf of Corendon Airlines for the Summer 2022 season, starting from April 1, 2022.

Two GetJet Airlines’ Airbus A320 type aircraft, based in Antalya, will operate flights connecting popular European destinations.

ALC leases nine new Boeing 737 aircraft with Corendon Airlines Group

First Boeing 737-8 MAX 8, delivered May 16, 2018

Air Lease Corporation (ALC) has announced long-term lease placements for nine new Boeing 737 aircraft with Corendon Airlines Group.

Five new 737-8 MAX 8 aircraft are confirmed to be delivered to Corendon Airlines (Turkey) in Spring 2022 and one new 737-8 will deliver to the Turkish airline in the first quarter of 2023.

Corendon Airlines Group will lease three new 737-9 MAX 9 aircraft that are scheduled to deliver to the airline starting in the first half of 2023.  All nine 737 aircraft will deliver from ALC’s order book with Boeing.

Top Copyright Photo: Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 TC-MKS (msn 64936) ZRH (Rolf Wallner). Image: 954482.

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Photo: Corendon Airlines (Corendonairlines.com) Boeing 737-8AS TC-TJY (msn 34991) (Antalyaspor football club) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 954685.

Special 2021 Antalyaspor football club livery

Copyright Photo: Corendon Airlines (Corendonairlines.com) Boeing 737-8AS TC-TJY (msn 34991) (Antalyaspor football club) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 954685.

Corendon Airlines paints a Boeing 737-800 in the colors of¬†1.FC N√ľrnberg

Corendon Airlines has painted a Boeing 737-800 (9H-CXA) in the colors of¬†1.FC N√ľrnberg:

The aircraft is designed in club colors. On the fuselage and the tail unit of the Boeing 737-800 the 1.FCN logo is displayed. The lettering 1. FC N√ľrnberg can be read on the fuselage sides. The headrests in the interior are also provided with the 1.FCN logo. Airport Managing Director Dr. Michael Hupe, Chairman of the Board of Corendon Airlines YńĪldńĪray Karaer, Commercial Director of 1. FC N√ľrnberg Niels Rossow and representative of the Major of the City of N√ľrnberg Thomas Pirner presented the aircraft.

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Corendon Airlines halts all operations

Corendon Airlines has suspended all operations until at least April 30 with this announcement:

As it is known, due to the novel coronavirus Covid-19, which has become an epidemic worldwide, countries have brought restrictions on civil air transportation and many countries have stopped international air transportation.

In this context, we decided to stop our flight operations with our Corendon Airlines (CAI) and Corendon Airlines Europe (CXI) brands, starting from March 24 until April 30, 2020 in line with the measures taken. All flights that we will perform until this date have been canceled.

You can change or cancel your reservations from March 24 until April 30 by using our communication channels. All your rights arising from cancellations are protected by Corendon Airlines. We ask for your patience due the delays that were caused by the high volume of requests we get. All requests sent to us are resolved as quickly as possible.

We closely follow the Covid-19 epidemic developments related to air transportation. We will continue to keep you informed of all developments on the subject. Thank you for your understanding.

To meet again in the sky as soon as possible.

We wish you healthy days!

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Corendon Airlines triples its Nuremberg flights

Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-86J WL TC-COE (msn 36881) AYT (Ton Jochems). Image: 948247.

Corendon Airlines has made this announcement:

Corendon Airlines is planning to operate more than 50 flights per week with the stationing of 2 aircraft at Nuremberg Airport.
During the 2019-2020 winter season with one aircraft and during the 2020 summer season with two planes, Corendon Airlines will be organizing flights throughout the year to popular holiday destinations around the Mediterranean, Egypt and The Canary Islands.  On Saturday 28 September 2019 the first flight from this base was realized.   Starting with the winter schedule at the end of October, 11 flights to certain destinations are planned weekly and in the 2020 summer season, adding new destinations the number of flights will increase to more than 50.
Corendon Airlines, which organizes flights from Nuremberg since 2015, operated in the 2019 Summer season flights from Nuremberg Airport to Antalya, Crete, Rhodes and Hurghada. During the 2019-2020 winter season, Corendon Airlines will base one of its aircrafts at the Nuremberg Airport and continue its tourist flights to Antalya, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Hurghada.  By stationing a second plane at this airport in the summer of 2020, Corendon Airlines will increase seat capacity as well as add new destinations such as Tel Aviv, Ibiza, Lanzarote and Hanya and plans to realize weekly more than 50 flights from Nuremberg Airport. By increasing the seat capacity and expanding the number of destinations, the airline company will triple the flights from Nuremberg Airport and strives to achieve a passenger number of 500,000 in the summer of 2020.
2020 Summer Season Corendon Airlines flights from Nuremberg to:
Heraklion Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Kos Tuesday and Sunday
Rhodes                              Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Hanya Tuesday and Friday
Fuerteventura Thursday and Sunday
Las Palmas Wednesday and Saturday
Palma de Mallorca          every day
Tenerife Friday
Lanzarote Sunday
Ibiza Thursday and Saturday
Olbia Monday and Saturday
Lamezia Terme Saturday
Hurghada                Tuesdays and Fridays
Telaviv Tuesday
Antalya                               every day
Izmir                                Monday, Thursday and Saturday
Alanya GazipaŇüa¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† friday
Dalaman                 Saturday
Bodrum                              Monday and Sunday
Trabzon                              Wednesday
Adana                                 Monday
Ankara                               Tuesday
Top Copyright Photo: Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-86J WL TC-COE (msn 36881) AYT (Ton Jochems). Image: 948247.
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Corendon Boeing 747 has ‘landed‚Äô in hotel garden, 50th Anniversary celebrations in Seattle cancelled due to snowstorm

After a five-day mega transport from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Badhoevedorp, the Corendon Boeing 747 has arrived in the garden of the Corendon Village Hotel this morning (February 10). There the plane will be converted into a 5D-experience about the 747 and the history of aviation later this year.

The Boeing began its last journey from Schiphol Airport on Tuesday night. The dismantled aircraft was placed on a trailer of specialised transport company Mammoet to cover the 12.5 kilometers to the hotel. During that, the aircraft had to cross 17 ditches, highway A9 and one provincial road. The A9 was successfully crossed in the night from Friday to Saturday. In the night from Saturday to Sunday, the transport crossed the Schipholweg after which it was parked backwards into the hotel garden, requiring 57 movements. The spectacular transport attracted worldwide attention and was covered by national en international media.

Heavyweight

The Boeing 747 is the former KLM aircraft ‘City of Bangkok’ that will be given a new final destination in the hotel garden after 30 years of reliable service. The plane is 64 meters wide, 71 meters long and weighs 160 tons. To keep it safe and steady, the aircraft has been lifted on 1.5 meters high steel bases, totalling 15 tons of steel. These are built on heavy concrete slabs, strong enough to carry the enormous weight.

5D experience

The Boeing will be converted into a 5D experience later this year. Visitors will be able to walk on, over or under the plane and visit places that are normally not accessible to the public. They can visit the cargo area where the luggage is loaded, learn about the fuelling of the plane, take a look in the kitchen of the business class and the cockpit on the upper deck. They can even do a wing walk over the thirty-meter-long wings. Visitors also make a journey through the history of aviation. That begins with the ancient human desire to fly and leads them from the first serious flight attempts around 1900 to the development of the Boeing 747. The highlight of the trip is the 5D experience, in which they can experience flying in all its facets. The garden where the Boeing is placed is partly an ecozone, open to hotel guests, and can be used as a festival site.

Fitting and measuring

Corendon founder Atilay Uslu had booked a room in the hotel. Exactly on the spot where – if everything went well – the nose of the Boeing would be placed in front of the window.¬†¬†,”When I opened the curtains this morning, I saw her in full glory. I realized that after months of preparation we really succeeded in getting the plane to its final place with a lot of fitting and measuring. That kind of takes your breath away‚ÄĚ,¬†¬†he says.

Corendon has expressed its thanks for the cooperation of the municipality of Haarlemmermeer, government agencies, various companies and its own employees, without whom the stunt could never have been successful.

Iconic plane

The transport of the aircraft this weekend coincided with the celebration of the first test flight of the Boeing 747 on February 9, 1969, exactly fifty years ago. The 747 is an iconic plane and was the largest aircraft in the world until 2007. It could transport 2.5 times more passengers than other conventional types. It was also the first wide body aircraft, with two aisles. Characteristic is also the upper deck, where the cockpit is located. KLM introduced the first Boeing 747 in its fleet in 1971. The ‘City of Bangkok’, which was added to the fleet in 1989, was then baptized by nine Thai monks. After almost thirty years of loyal service, the repainted aircraft now decorates the Corendon hotel garden.

The transport in figures

The last five-day trip of the Boeing was an impressive operation. The plane first had to be transported 8 kilometers over the Schiphol airport area and then another 4.5 kilometers through the fields. Heavy transport specialist Mammoet transported the 160-tons aircraft on a trailer that weighed even more: over 200 tons. The trailer divided the weight of the Boeing over 192 wheels. To make sure the trailer would not sink into the marshy land, a special road was constructed of approximately 2.100 metal road plates weighing 1.500 kilos each. Special bridges were built over the 17 ditches. The trailer was traveling at a speed of 5 kilometers per hour and was controlled remotely by people from Mammoet, who walked beside it. It was powered by two so-called power packs, each with a capacity of 390kW, generating more than 1000 hp. A total of 18 turns had to be taken during transport, of which the first 7 were on the airport.

Corendon is a leading tour operator, airline company and hotel chain on the Dutch and Belgian travel market. In 2018 Corendon gladly took care of the holiday for over 750.000 holidaymakers to dozens of sunny destinations in and outside Europe. Corendon’s aviation business includes Corendon Dutch Airlines, Corendon Airlines Europe and Corendon International Airlines with a total fleet of eighteen aircraft. Corendon Hotels & Resorts offers ten hotels and resorts in the Netherlands and Turkey and on Ibiza and Curaçao. Corendon has a strong market position due to its sharp prices, its no-nonsense approach and its extensive experience in the travel industry.

Note: The 50th Anniversary of the first flight of the Boeing 747 in Seattle (Boeing Field) on February 9 and 10 was cancelled due to a snowstorm.

The Museum of Flight issued this short statement:

Due to snow advisories, the 747 celebration and tours scheduled for Saturday February 9 and Sunday February 10 will be cancelled and moved to a later date.

Photo: Corendon Hotel.