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Corendon Dutch Airlines

Corendon Dutch Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
CD CND DUTCH CORENDON
Founded 2010
Hubs Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Frequent-flyer program Corendon
Fleet size 4
Destinations 15
Parent company Corendon Group
Headquarters Haarlemmermeer
Key people Jan Heppener
Website http://www.corendon.nl/airlines
First logo, used till 2014
Head office of Corendon Dutch Airlines

Corendon Dutch Airlines is a Dutch branch of the Corendon Group (which also operates Corendon Airlines in Turkey) which started operations under its own AOC in April 2011 using a single Boeing 737–800 aircraft serving European holiday destinations from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.[1] Its head office is in Lijnden, Haarlemmermeer.[2]

Destinations

Destinations flying from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport:

Africa

 Egypt
 Morocco

Asia

 Israel

Europe

 Bulgaria
 Cyprus
 Greece
 Macedonia
 Portugal
 Spain
 Turkey

Fleet

A Boeing 737-800 of Corendon Dutch Airlines at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (May 2014)

As of May 2015, the Corendon Dutch Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft:[3]

References

  1. ^ Luchtvaartnieuws.nl – Corendon in 2011 van start met Nederlandse luchtvaartmaatschappij (Dutch only), article retrieved February 5, 2011.
  2. ^ "Contact." Corendon Dutch Airlines. Retrieved on 17 February 2012. "Corendon Dutch Airlines Singaporestraat 82 1175 RA LIJNDEN"
  3. ^ Planespotters.net - Fleet Details and History retrieved 11 May 2015

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