Corendon Airlines Europe, founded in 2017 and headquartered in Luqa, Malta, is a European charter airline operating under the air operator’s certificate MT-48. It’s a sister company of Corendon Airlines and Corendon Dutch Airlines, with a focus on providing charter flight services. The airline’s key personnel include CEO Yildiray Karaer, and it’s part of the Corendon Tourism Group. Corendon Airlines Europe was established to expand Corendon Airlines’ flight network across Europe, specifically targeting major European cities.
Corendon Airlines Europe has several base airports in Germany, including Düsseldorf, Nuremberg, Cologne/Bonn, and Hanover, and one in Basel/Mulhouse in France. The airline primarily serves holiday destinations such as Turkey, the Greek Islands, Canary Islands, Balearic Islands, Egypt, and Tel Aviv, catering to the vacation travel market.
The fleet of Corendon Airlines Europe consists solely of Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a total of 14 in service as of October 2023. These aircraft are known for their reliability and capacity to accommodate 189 passengers, making them suitable for charter operations to various holiday destinations.
- IATA: XR
- ICAO: CXI
Official site: www.corendonairlines.com