Formed in 2010 and started operations in 2011. Scheduled & charter, domestic, regional & international, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
The Kingdom of the Netherlands was established in 1581, it covers an area of 41,473 sq km, its population is 15.5 million, its capital city is Amsterdam, and its official language is Dutch.
December 2011: Corendon Dutch Airlines (CND) is a Dutch subsidiary of Corendon Airlines (CDN) serving European holiday destinations from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS).
(IATA) Code: CD. (ICAO) Code: CND - (Callsign - DUTCH CORENDON).
Parent organization/shareholders: The Corendon Group (CDN) (100%).
Main Base: Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS).
Destinations: Antalya; Burgas; Faro; Hurghada; Izmir; Konya; Luxor; Marrakech; Nador; Ohrid; Ovda; Rhodes; Sharm el-Sheikh; Sivas; and Tangier.
January 2012: Corendon Dutch Airlines (CND) 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.
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’ 189Y-seat 737-800s.
June 2015: 737-86J (30881, PH-CDG), ex-(N881XA), ex-OrenAir (ORB), AerSale leased.
SEE PHOTO "CND-737-86J - 2015-06" showing the basic colors of its former owners.
April 2018: FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, has recently signed the agreement with Corendon Dutch Airlines (CND) for base maintenance services for all their fleet.
(CND) is the Dutch airline of the Corendon Travel Group which started operations under its own Air operator certificate (AOC) in April 2011. It takes passengers to destinations in Europe and North Africa and has a fleet of 3 airplanes.