Corendon Dutch Airlines Flies To Ibiza

Corendon Dutch Airlines has operated its first flight to Ibiza, where it was welcomed by a traditional wet shower from watercannons.
Corendon Dutch Airlines, established in 2011 as a subsidiary company of Corendon Airlines with the intention to fly from the Netherlands to all non-Turkey destinations, executed its first flight to Ibiza on May 4th, 2016. The Boeing 737-800 aircraft, type Sky Interior, flightnumber CND 315 landed with its crew and passengers at 11.50 hrs on one of the most popular destinations for Dutch people, the airport of Ibiza, where it received an in aviation traditional wet welcome from watercannons.
Co-founder of the Corendon Tourism Group, Yıldıray Karaer, said that the 2015 aim for this market of 50.000 seats will be increased by 90% to 95.000 seats in the 2016 season. Karaer added that between May 4th and October 29th Corendon Dutch Airlines will fly three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, from Amsterdam to Ibiza.
The Corendon Tourism Group will focus on Spain in the 2016 season. The preparations for the opening of the renovated Marble Stella Maris Hotel on Ibiza on June 10th, 2016 are fully on its way.
Marble Stella Maris Hotel
Marble Stella Maris was one of the first resorthotels on this popular island in the Mediterranean Sea. It offers 295 modern, comfortable rooms in the typical Ibiza style. One of the most important characteristics of this 4 star complex is, that it is one of the few hotels on the trendy Ibiza island suited and equipped for a family holiday with kids. There is a swimmingpool for children, open and closed game space and hobby courses will be organized. Since Marble Stella Maris, situated in a beautiful, 60.000 m2 garden joined the Corendon Hotels and Resorts, the complex has been completely renovated. It is situated on the westside of Ibiza, close to the beaches of San Antonio and Cala Gracio, famous for its impressive sunset. Marble Stella Maris is one of the first hotels in Spain to apply the “all inclusive” concept.
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