Corendon Dutch Airlines is a Dutch subsidiary of Corendon Airlines and another branch of the Corendon Group. Corendon Dutch Airlines cmmenced operations with one aircraft in 2011. It began by servicing European holiday destinations from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Maastricht Aachen Airport. Its head office is in Lijnden, Haarlemmermeer.
You may take 1 piece of hand luggage with a maximum of 7 kg per person (maximum measurements 55 x 35 x 25 cm.) Note: everything must fit in one piece of hand luggage, including laptops, handbags etc. Inflatable objects, including inflatable balls with sporty purposes such as football are not allowed on board.
The height of checked baggage must not exceed 89 cm and the width must not exceed 115 cm. This has to do with the size of the door of the cargo space.
Corendon Dutch Airlines has only one class on their cabins, meaning that there is one experience for all whilst on the plane. However, the airline provides 3 different ticket types for their passengers, meaning passengers can personalise their flight according to their needs.
Eco is the first type of fare that this airline offers. At the most basic, yet cheapest, level, this airline offers basic hand baggage to customers and no checked luggage.
Flex fare offers passengers the same amount of hand luggage, but with the addition of 20kg of checked luggage to allow passengers to pack more for their flights!
Premium is the highest fare provided on this type of airline, with the additional checked baggage allowance of 30kg per person. In addition, passengers still get the 8kg of hand luggage and also free seat selection and meal selection before your flight.
The Economy Class cabin offers a simple 'no-frills' service.
Passengers are given the latest issue of the airline's in-flight magazine for entertainment.
Passengers can also order food and drink from the airline's in-flight menu.
Economy Class seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation, giving enough width and pitch for a comfortable and pleasant journey.
7th June 2018
Corendon Dutch Airlines eyes transatlantic charter market
Corendon Dutch Airlines (CD, Amsterdam Schiphol) is planning to enter the transatlantic travel market, an application to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for exemption authority and a Foreign Air Carrier Permit has revealed.
According to official documents, the Dutch carrier intends to operate in the charter niche ferrying persons, property, and mail, between a point or points in the European Union (EU) and a point or points in the United States.
"The authority sought herein will result in increased travel choices, greater service options, and enhanced competition, thereby benefiting consumers in both the United States and the Member States of the European Union," it said.
Corendon said it is seeking expedited processing for its application to allow it to begin the proposed services as soon as possible.
Corendon Dutch Airlines currently operates three B737-800s on scheduled passenger flights connecting cities across the Netherlands with leisure destinations around the Mediterranean basin as well as the Red and Black Seas. Parent firm Corendon Airlines (XC, Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen) recently took delivery of its first B737 MAX 8.