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Formed and started operations in 2005. A K A Corendon Air. Corendon Airlines is the trade name of Turistik Hava Tasimacilik Anonim Sirketi which means in English, Touristic Air transportation Company with unlimited responsibility, fully registered with the Chamber of Commerce of Antalya, Turkey under number: 43725-45918. Domestic, regional, & international, charter, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
1983 Sok No:201/1
07160 Antalya, Turkey
Inonu Caddesi, Sumer Sokak
Zitash Ishmarkezi Bl, C-2/40
TR-81090 Kozyatagi-Istanbul, Turkey
TURKEY: ONCE THE CENTER OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, TURKEY WAS FOUNDED IN 1923 AS A SECULAR STATE WHOSE POPULATION IS OVERWHELMINGLY MUSLIM THOUGH NOT ARAB. AS A LONG-STANDING MEMBER OF (NATO) AND A CANDIDATE FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU), TURKEY HAS LOOKED TO THE WEST AS A MODEL. EXCEPT FOR BITTER WATER DISPUTES WITH SYRIA AND IRAQ, TURKEY HAS USUALLY MANAGED TO SIDESTEP REGIONAL POLITICS. WITH A DEVELOPED ECONOMY BUT LITTLE OIL, IT RELIES ON A VAST NETWORK OF MEGA DAMS FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER AND IRRIGATION.
Turkey (the Republic of Turkey) was established in 1923, which includes Northern Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus), it covers an area of 779,452 sq km, its population is 66 million, its capital is Ankara, and its official language is Turkish.
Northern Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) covers an area of 3,355 sq km, its population is 0.2 million, its capital is Nicosia, and its official language is Turkish.
January 2005: Established by the Dutch tour operator Corendon Tours.
737-3Q8 (24300, TC-FLH), FlyAir (FLM) wet-leased.
April 2005: 737-3Q8 (24699, TC-TJA), Babcock & Brown (BBB) leased.
June 2005: 737-3Q8 (27633, TC-TJB), ex-Frontier Airlines (FRO), (ILF) leased.
August 2005: The HQ of Corendon Tours is in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Offices are located in Brussels, Belgium and Düsseldorf, Germany as well as domestic offices in Antalya Lara and Bodrum Bitez. The new office in Istanbul Kozyatagi was opened in 2004. Their services include incoming, outgoing, ingoing and charter airline ticket-sales.
Corendon (CDN) has become a trustworthy and well-known Turkish company operating in Europe by passing the confidence gained from a well educated, dynamic and friendly staff over to its guests. It has become one of the most preferred companies when it comes to nature, culture, fun, health, sports and golf tourism. It has a vast number of contract hotels in Istanbul, the Mediterranean and the Aegean region. It preserves relationships based on mutual good faith with its contracted hotels and trustworthy airline companies. It also operate 4 resorts in Bodrum, Turkey: Gündem Resort/Gümbet; Sun Hill/Gümbet; Rana Resort/Turgutreis; and Kaynak Apart/Bitez).
Corendon Airlines (CDN) offers flights between Istanbul to Eindhoven 7x-weekly, Istanbul to Amsterdam 4x-weekly and Istanbul to Brussels 3x-weekly from Sabiha Gokcen Airport, with one way ticket fares starting from 19 €.
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67 employees (including 19 Flight Crew (FC); 21 Cabin Attendants (CA); & 10 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
April 2006: Corendon Airlines (CDN) is a low-cost airline providing scheduled, jet airplane links between the Netherlands and Turkey, together with charter flights.
(IATA) Code: 7H. (ICAO) Code: CAI.
Parent organization/shareholders: Corendon Tours (a Dutch tour operator) (100%).
Main Base: Antalya International airport (AYT).
Hub: Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International airport (SAW).
International, scheduled destinations: Amsterdam; Brussels; & Eindhoven.
June 2006: 737-4Q8 (25375, TC-MNM), ex-(MNG) Airlines (MHK), when (MHK) decided to abandon the passenger market and concentrate on their freight operations.
November 2007: Dutch Transport and Water Management Inspectorate levied a €30,000/$43,740 penalty on (TAP) Portugal, and a €15,000 fine on Pegasus Airlines (pgs) for repeated abuse of the legally set special noise regime, during the night and early morning period at Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS). Compliance with the relevant environmental standards at (AMS) has been tightened since July, following an agreement between Airport Coordination Netherlands, the Dutch slot coordinator, and the Inspectorate of the Ministry of Transport and Public Works. In September, the (IVW) imposed a €30,000 penalty on Fly Air (FLM), and €15,000 penalties on Alitalia (ALI), Delta Air Lines (DAL), Corendon Airlines (CDN), and Air Cairo (AOX). In July, Clickair (CLK) received administrative fines of €60,000 and €15,000, and Atlas Air (TLS) one penalty of €15,000.
March 2009: 2 737-4YOs (26073, TC-TJE - - SEE PHOTO - - "CDN-737-4YO-2009-04;" 26078, TC-TJF), (GEF) leased.
March 2010: Dutch authorities arrested a Swedish man about to pilot a Corendon Airlines (CDN) 737 from Amsterdam to Ankara with a forged license. The suspect used to have a valid Commercial Pilot's License but had been flying for 13 years with the forged document for companies in the UK, Belgium and Italy, spending some 10,000 unlicensed hours in the air. Apparently he had received a validation of the forged Airline Transport Pilot License allowing him to operate Turkish commercial airplanes.
April 2010: 2 737-8GJs (29120, TC-TJG; 29121, TC-TJH), EX-(D-ABAT; D-ABAU), (GEF) leased.
May 2010: Corendon Airlines (CDN) has added its 1st 2 ex-Air Berlin (BER) 737-86Js. (CDN) launched a weekly, Amsterdam to Antalya to Ercan service on May 16.
January 2012: Corendon Airlines (CDN) has wet-leased 1 of its 737-86Js to Iraqi Airways (IRQ).
Subsidiary, Corendon Dutch Airlines has launched several new scheduled charter services this winter:
Amsterdam to Faro: 3x-weekly seasonal 737-800 service starting on March 5;
Amsterdam to Ovda: 2x-weekly seasonal 737-800 service has started on October 27;
Eindhoven to Ohrid: weekly seasonal 737-800 service starting on May 25.
June 2012: Corendon Airlines (CDN) has wet-leased an additional 737-800 (32576, TC-SKR) from Sky Airlines (SYC) for the summer charter season. (CDN) already operates 5 737-800s, 2 737-400s and a 737-300.
October 2012: INCDT: The USA National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will assist the Turkish government in the investigation of an October 14 fire in the cockpit of a Corendon Airlines (CDN) 737-800.
According to the (NTSB), the fire occurred at 4 am local time as the airplane was being pushed back from the gate in Antalya, Turkey, for a scheduled flight to Trondheim, Norway. “The airplane was evacuated, and there were reports of injuries among the 189 passengers and 7 crew members,” it said.
The investigation is being conducted by the Turkish Directorate General of Civil Aviation, which will release all information.
January 2013: Corendon Airlines ((IATA) Code: XC; Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen International airport (SAW)) (CDN) has wet-leased its 737-800 (29121, TC-TJH) to Eastern Express (Kazakhstan) ((IATA) Code: LIS, based at Almaty (ALA)). The airplane is used for charter services on behalf of Kazakh tour operators from Almaty to vacation destinations such as Phuket International (HKT) and Sharjah International (SHJ) airports.
Corendon Airlines ((IATA) Code: XC, based at Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen International (SAW)) has retired its 2 remaining 737-400s (26073, TC-TJE) and (26078, TC-TJF) from its fleet. According to Skyliner Aviation, the 2 737-400s will be replaced by the company's own 2 737-800s currently operating on a wet-lease contract on behalf of Iraqi Airways ((IATA) Code: IA, based at Baghdad International (BGW)) (IRQ) that is expected to end soon. Corendon (CDN) now operates a single 737-300 alongside 5 737-800s although 1 of the 5 737-800s is currently still grounded at Antalya (AYT) following a cockpit fire incident on October 14.
Air Lease Corporation (ALE) has signed a 5-year lease with Corendon Airlines (CDN) for 1 737-800, which is scheduled for delivery in February. (CDN) has experienced significant annual passenger growth since (CDN) launched in 2005.
March 2013: AirFrance Industries (AFI) (KLM) (E&M) won a contract from Corendon Airlines (CDN) to provide engine maintenance services for its (CFM56-7)s. The contract includes 2 service types; core performance restoration, a maintenance procedure between a complete overhaul and on wing maintenance, and life cycle parts replacement, the replacement of used engine parts after a given number of cycles.
June 2013: 737-85P (28535, TC-TJN), ex-(EC-HJP), (AWAS) (AWW) leased.
May 2014: Turkish charter airline, Corendon Airlines (CDN) has signed a new 5-year contract with Jeppesen to integrate the company's digital navigation and Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) services into its commercial airplane fleet.
(CDN) is looking to eliminate all paper-based Flight Planning materials from its airplanes to reduce fuel consumption, according to Erhan Bayram, Flight Operations Manager at Corendon Airlines (CDN).
“This agreement with Jeppesen will allow us to transition from paper to digital flight information, as we proceed with our (EFB) authorization process,” said Erhan Bayram, Flight Operations Manager, (CDN). “Our goal is to eliminate volumes of heavy, paper-based flight information with this shift to (EFB) services on iPad, which reduces fuel consumption for each flight and increases operational efficiency.”
November 2014: Corendon.com Netherlands (CND), the Dutch subsidiary of the Corendon Group, commenced a new service from its Amsterdam (AMS) base to Lanzarote (ACE) in the Canary Islands on November 2nd. The 3,005 km route, that is already served 3x-weekly by transavia.com (TAV), will be operated weekly (Sundays) by Corendon.com Netherlands’ (CND) 189Y-seat 737-800s.
November 2015: A320-214 (566, ES-SAL), returned to SmartLynx (LAJ) after lease.
March 2016: Lufthansa Systems (LHS) and Turkish low-cost carrier (LCC) Corendon Airlines (CDN) have signed a 5-year agreement for NetLine/Ops ++ operations control solution and NetLine/Crew for crew management.
April 2017: 737-8BK (33022, TC-TJP) leased to Travel Service (TSV).
May 2017: 737-8SH (42058, TC-COR), Air Lease Corporation (ALE) leased, 737-86N (34253, TC-TJO), sub-leased to SpiceJet (ROJ).
July 2017: A320-231 (54, ZS-GAW), ex-(N622AW) Global Aviation wet-leased.
May 2018: "Turkey’s Corendon Airlines (CDN) Receives (BOC) Aviation (SIL)’s 1st 737 MAX 8" by Alan Dron (firstname.lastname@example.org) ATWOnline, May 18, 2018.
Singapore-based lessor (BOC) Aviation has delivered its 1st Boeing 737 MAX airplane. The airplane, a 737 MAX 8 model, has gone to a new (BOC) client, Turkish leisure carrier Corendon Airlines (CDN).
“This delivery represents a number of significant milestones for us, with the airplane being the 1st addition of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 to our fleet, the 1st Boeing 737 MAX 8 to be delivered into Turkey and our 1st delivery to (CDN),” (BOC) Aviation (CCO) Africa, Americas and Europe Steven Townend said.
“With a further 83 Boeing 737 MAX family airplanes on order, we will continue to provide our airline customers with airplanes that are modern, fuel-efficient and have a demonstrable record of fuel-savings and performance improvements,” he added.
Based at Antalya in southern Turkey, (CDN) flies to 45 countries and 145 airports, offering service to European hubs from large cities across Turkey. (CDN) also operates charter and (ACMI) wet lease services with its fleet of 14 737-800 airplanes.
It is the 1st Turkish airline to operate the 737 MAX 8. It is scheduled to operate the 737 MAX 8 in revenue service May 19 from Antalya to Eindhoven in the Netherlands.
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0 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3) (1666-24300, /89 TC-FLH), (FLM) WET-LEASED 2005-01. RETURNED. 149Y.
1 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3B2) (1886-24699, /90 TC-TJA (SEE PHOTO)), (BBB) LEASED 2005-04. 148Y.
1 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (2878-27633, /97 TC-TJB), EX-(FRO), (ILF) LEASED 2005-06. 148Y.
1 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (2562-25374, /93 TC-TJC), EX-(MHK) 2006-06. (ILF) LEASED 2006-04. 168Y.
1 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (2598-25375, /94 TC-TJD - SEE PHOTO), EX-(MHK), (ILF) LEASED 2006-06. RETURNED FROM SUN AIR. 168Y.
2 737-4YO (CFM56-3) (2375-26073, TC-TJE - - SEE PHOTO - - "CDN-737-4YO-2009-04;" 2431-26078, TC-TJF), (GEF) LEASED 2009-03. 168Y.
1 737-8BK (CFM56-7B) (33022, TC-TJP), LEASED TO TRAVEL SERVICE (TSV) 2017-04.
1 737-8SH (CFM56-7B) (42058, TC-COR), AIR LEASE CORPORATION (ALE) LEASED 2017-05.
1 737-800 (CFM56-7B) (32576, TC-SKR), (SYC) WET-LEASED TO (IRQ) FOR SUMMER 2012.
1 737-800 (CFM56-7B), (ALE) 5 YEAR LEASED 2013-02.
1 737-85P (CFM56-7B) (28535, TC-TJN), EX-(EC-HJP), (AWW) LEASED 2013-06.
2 737-86J (CFM56-7B) (29120, TC-TJG; 29121, TC-TJH), EX-(BER), (GEF) LSD 2010-04. 1 WET-LEASED TO (IRQ) 2012-01. 29121; WET-LEASED TO EASTERN EXPRESS (KAZAKHSTAN) 2013-01.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B) (34253, TC-TJO), RETURNED FROM PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL (PIA) 2015-06. SUB-LEASED TO SPICEJET (ROJ) 2017-05.
1 737 MAX 8, 2018-05, 1ST 737 MAX 8 DELIVERED TO A TURKISH AIRLINE.
0 A320-214 (CFM56-5A1) (566, ES-SAL), EX-(OLT) EXPRESS POLAND 2013-01, FOR SMARTLYNX AIRLINES ESTONIA OPERATIONS. RETURNED SMARTLYNX (LAJ) 2015-11 AFTER LEASE TO CORENDON AIRLINES (CDN).
1 A320-231 (54, ZS-GAW), EX-(N522AW) GLOBAL AVIATION WET-LEASED 2017-07.
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