Company founded under the name Corendon Airlines with a corporate business structure.
Business license issued to Corendon Airlines by the Directorate for Civil Aviation on April 11th. First Corendon Airlines flight from Eindhoven to Sabiha Gökçen Airport in Istanbul on April 12th - this was also the first time that a passenger aircraft landed at Sabiha Gökçen Airport in Istanbul.
ISO 10002 Customer Satisfaction Certificate granted to Corendon Airlines, the first airline company in Europe to achieve this.
Corendon Dutch Airlines, the second airline company within the Corendon Airlines Group, was founded in Holland.
Unhandicapped Airline Company Certificate issued for the first time by the Turkish Directorate for Civil Aviation to Corendon Airlines for implementing conditions for disabled persons to travel comfortably.
Passenger aircraft landed at Alanya Gazipaşa airport for the first time on April 4th. This was a Corendon Airlines aircraft.
Corendon Airlines one of 260 of the world’s 3000 airlines to obtain the IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) Certificate.
Corendon Airlines’ safety policy given the highest rating of 7 stars by AirlineRatings.com in its unique global comparative study on the world’s safest airlines.
4th place among the world’s cleanest airlines based on the quantity of carbon emissions per passenger. Assessment as part of an evaluation by the Atmosfair Commission, established in 2004 by the German Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety in order to focus on environment and climate protection in the tourism industry. Corendon Airlines came first in the evaluation for Turkey.
Corendon Airlines Europe founded in Malta with the goal of operating flights within Europe.
Inauguration of the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, a technological flying wonder by Boeing that completed its first flight in the Dutch and Turkish skies in the colours of Corendon Airlines.