Corendon Airlines is a Turkish-registered airline headquartered in Antalya, Turkey. Corendon Airlines operates flights from Antalya, Bodrum, Ankara and Istanbul to Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hanover, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Brussels, Paris, Nice, Nantes, Lyon and Basel. The airline operates 36 routes throughout Europe and is a growing low cost carrier. Corendon Airlines contributes to Turkish tourism by flying to 33 countries and 128 airports, transporting approximately 2 million travellers annually. Its fleet consists of 1 Boeing 737-300 and 9 Boeing 737-800.
The airline has two subsidiary airlines — Corendon Airlines Europe, which is based at Malta International Airport and will open a new base at Cologne Bonn Airport from May 2019.
Corendon Airlines operates exclusively Boeing aircraft. Within its fleet, it has over 10 jets, made up from a mix of Boeing 737 MAX 8s and Boeing 737-800s. Corendon Airlines also leases aircraft out to its subsidiaries Corendon Airlines Europe and Corendon Dutch Airlines.
Every passenger is allowed one piece of hand luggage into the cabin. This hand luggage should weigh a maximum of 7 kg and should measure a maximum of 55 x 35 x 25 cm.
Corendon Airlines and Corendon Dutch Airlines charge for checked baggage with different tariffs for online bookings and airport check-in baggage.
Online check-in is available through Corendon Airlines' online check-in page. Online check-in is available from 48 hours up until 5 hours before the scheduled departure time of the flight. To check-in, passengers must provide their reservation numbers, date of departure and their flight number or name.
If for whatever reason, a passenger can't check-in online for their Corendon Airlines flight, they can also check-in at the airport. Airport check-in can be completed by presenting the relevant travel documents to a Corendon Airlines check-in agent at the airport of departure. Passengers checking-in at the airport should allow for plenty of time to meet check-in deadlines, baggage drop and security checks.
Corendon Airliens flies to a number of domestic and international destinations, across Europe, Africa and the Middle East, with a strong focus on cities in Germany. Here is a list of all destinations that Corendon Airlines flies to:
|Heraklion||Kazantzakis International Airport||HER|
|Hurghada||Hurghada International Airport||HRG|
|Izmir||Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport||ADB|
|Vienna||Vienna International Airport||VIE|
|Egypt||Hurghada||Hurghada International Airport||HUR|
|Dresden||Dresden International Airport||DRS|
|Düsseldorf||Düsseldorf International Airport||DUS|
|Frankfurt am Main||Frankfurt Airport||FRA|
|Memmingen Allgäu||Allgäu Airport Memmingen||FMM|
|Münster / Osnabrück||Münster Osnabrück Airport||FMO|
|Greece||Heraklion||Kazantzakis International Airport||HER|
|Kos||Kos International Airport||KGS|
|Rhodes||Rhodes International Airport||RHO|
|Morocco||Marrakech||Marrakesh Menara Airport||RAK|
|Warsaw||Warsaw Chopin Airport||WAW|
|Russia||Yekaterinburg||Koltsovo International Airport||SVX|
|Las Palmas||Gran Canaria Airport||LPA|
|Palma De Mallorca||Palma de Mallorca Airport||PMI|
|Tenerife||Tenerife South Airport||TFS|
|Switzerland||Basel||EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg||BSL|
Antalya Airport is located in Antalya, Turkey and the airport is operated in Turkey’s primary holiday destination located on the country’s Mediterranean coast. The Airport has two international terminals and one domestic terminal. The airport acts as a hub for Andolujet, Turkish Airlines, Corendon Airlines, Freebird Airlines, Pegasus Airlines and SunExpress.
The Airport has three runaways and can handle a capacity of 30 million passengers every year.
25th Apr 2019
Corendon Airlines has commenced flights between Düsseldorf, in Germany, to Banjul, in the Gambia. Launched 17 April, the carrier will offer a weekly (Thursdays) service. There will also be a scheduled service (on Wednesdays) from Frankfurt, also to the African city. Finally, the carrier also added a new link from Hannover, in Germany, to Rhodes, in Greece, also to be served weekly on Wednesdays.