Corendon Airlines renews its fleet

Corendon Airlines, part of the Corendon Tourism Group, that thanks to important initiatives and investments in Europe and in Turkey, contributes in a significant manner to Turkish tourism, has started to rejuvenate its fleet!

Corendon Airlines and Corendon Dutch Airlines, belonging to the Corendon Tourism Group, focus their attention, in the framework of the rejuvenation and expansion of their fleet,  to new aircrafts. The airlines  made their fleets younger for the year 2016, adding two aircrafts to its Turkey based fleet and one aircraft to its fleet registered in Holland.


During the Air Finance Conference, held in Dublin from 18th – 20th January 2016, Corendon Airlines has signed an agreement for a Boeing 737-800, to be delivered in april 2017. With this new generation aircraft the number of Boeings 737-800 in the Corendon fleet increases to 15.


Fly comfortable with “Sky Interior”

Yıldıray Karaer, Chairman of the Board of Corendon Airlines, that executed its first flight on 12th April 2005 and has transported 2,5 million passengers in 2015, stated:

“To increase the contentness of our passengers we will renew our aircrafts with a more comfortable cabin interior, the “Sky Interior”. The lightening system of  “Sky Interior” will create a airspace feeling due to the soft blue color of the lights. The cabin walls will have wide windows, offering a better outside view and consequently increasing the joy of flying. The luggage bins of the 737 aircrafts are wider and contain more space, whilst the bins themselves actually cover less cabinspace, resulting in an airy feeling.”

Karaer further stated that it is expected that the tourism sector in Turkey will show a downward tendency in 2016, but the that the Spain destinations on the contrary are expected to increase by 100%. For this reason the investments in aviation will undiminishedly continue.


Corendon Airlines

Cooperation with the largest touroperators in Europe and in the Middle East has resulted in a short time of 10 years that Corendon Airlines, established as a part of the Corendon Tourism Group, at the moment transports 2 million passengers per year. The company transports most travellers to Turkey. Together with its sistercompany Corendon Dutch Airlines, each season flights are executed with 17 aircrafts and due to investments in the operation network and in publicity activities the company’s name in Dutch, Belgian, Scandinavian and German destinations is related to Turkey. The company that is associated immediately in Europe with a holiday in Turkey, was elected last year by the votes of users of one of the largest travel websites in Europe as “Europe’s Best Managed and Most Popular Low Cost Airline”.

Corendon Travel is part of the in 1997 established Corendon Tourism Group and moreover it is one of the largest travel organizations in Holland and Belgium; Corendon Hotels and Resorts is a hotel chain with 9 hotels and its own incoming companies.

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