Showing posts with label Corendon Airlines. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Corendon Airlines. Show all posts

09 May, 2024

Transair plane suffered runway excursion on take off in Senegal

A Boeing 737 jet suffered a runway excursion in Senegal, injuring at least 10 people, 4 of them seriously with 6 others taken to hospital for checkups. 

The aircraft belonged to Transair, operating a charter flight for  Air Senegal was carrying 78 passengers plus a flight crew of 6 at the time of the incident. The jet was headed for the Malian capital Bamako and according to initial reports, the jet left the runway during its take-off run around 1:00am GMT.  

Early reports indicate the aircraft may have experienced a hydraulic leak during the acceleration as it commenced its take-off run at Blaise Diagne International Airport, approximately 30 miles from Dakar.  

The near 30-year-old aircraft, registration 6V-AJE had originally been delivered Tarom of Romania in 1994 and joined the Transair fleet towards the end of December last year. 

Another Boeing 737 also suffered damage today, Thursday 9 May, when an aircraft belonging to Corendon Airlines, registration 9H-TJF arrived at Gazipasa experienced a burst tyre on its nose gear. The aircraft was operating flight XC1031 between Germany and Turkey Gazipasa, Turkey and the wheel was damaged during the incident. 

A Boeing 767-300ER was approximately four hours into a transatlantic rotation from London To Newark when the flight crew declared an emergency today and the plane returned to London. The aircraft, of United Airlines, registration N685UA is understood to have suffered a broken windscreen during the flight, which required a turnaround. The crew landed the aircraft safely at Heathrow just after 15:00 this afternoon. 

Yesterday, a cargo Boeing 767-300F of FedEx operating a flight between Paris and Istanbul experienced a nose gear issue, when the wheels failed to deploy prior to landing.  The crew performed a low pass over the runway and a visual inspection took place.  The front gear could not be lowered and the crew performed a textbook landing with the nose gear retracted. 

02 October, 2023

The nicest sunny destinations for 2024 promises Corendon Airlines

The Turkish leisure carrier Corendon Airlines will be offering over 300 flights a week to the most beautiful sunny destinations in Spain, Greece, Morocco, Egypt and Turkey during the summer of 2024 according to their new schedule which has just been released. The airline will also launch a new route between Tel Aviv and Cologne/Bonn which will operate twice a week.

Next summer, Corendon Airlines will again be flying from numerous airports in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to the most beautiful sunny destinations around the Mediterranean, the Atlantic and the Red Sea.

The airline will also be linking Birmingham with Antalya three times a week and with Dalaman with times a week. 

Everything your heart desires: whether the sunny Canary Islands of Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife, the world's most popular Spanish holiday island Mallorca or the beautiful Greek islands of Corfu, Crete, Rhodes and Kos. Whether the Turkish holiday paradises on the Mediterranean around Antalya and Izmir or Bodrum on the Aegean and Dalaman on the turquoise Lycian coast... or are you feeling more partial to the Egyptian beach and diving paradises around Hurghada or Marsa Alam?

The region of Dalaman gains its fame from its turquoise coast and beautiful crystal-clear waters along the coastline, perfect for sun worshippers and water sports enthusiasts.

Antalya offers a lot for your summer holiday, including a nice beach holiday, immersing yourself in some culture, or perhaps discovering nature in some of Antalya's most peaceful areas.

25 July, 2022

Corendon Airlines Europe leases a Boeing 737-800 from CDB Aviation

Leasing giant CDB Aviation confirmed today the delivery of one Boeing 737-800 to Corendon Airlines Europe, the charter subsidiary of Corendon Airlines, based in Malta.

Leasing giant CDB Aviation confirmed today the delivery of one Boeing 737-800 to Corendon Airlines Europe, the charter subsidiary of Corendon Airlines, based in Malta.

“We are very pleased that the Corendon team have put their faith in CDB Aviation to secure the lease of this 737-800 aircraft, which will provide additional capacity throughout Corendon’s network in anticipation of the ramp-up in passenger travel during this summer season,” stated Paul Boyle, CDB Aviation’s Head of Europe, the Middle East & Africa.

Ridvan Helvaci, Technical & Lease Affairs Director of Corendon Airlines, said: “This was the very first aircraft lease cooperation made between Corendon Airlines and CDB Aviation. Working with them for the whole transaction and the delivery has been a pleasure for us and we are looking forward to enhancing our cooperation in the future.”

“Our collaboration with Corendon is of particular significance as Europe’s leisure demand is rapidly accelerating its post-pandemic recovery," underscored Peter Goodman, CDB Aviation’s Chief Commercial Officer. “We look forward to supporting the Corendon team’s efforts to expand their route network within Europe, connecting the major European cities with the best holiday destinations.”

Leasing giant CDB Aviation confirmed today the delivery of one Boeing 737-800 to Corendon Airlines Europe, the charter subsidiary of Corendon Airlines, based in Malta.

06 June, 2022

Corendon Airlines launches New Winter 22/23 schedule!

Corendon Airlines launches New Winter 22/23 schedule!

European leisure airline Corendon has now launched its first-ever UK winter flight schedule, featuring flights to Antalya, from no less than 5 UK airports.

For Winter 2022/23, Corendon Airlines will offer three flights per week from London-Gatwick, a twice-weekly operation from both Manchester and Birmingham and weekly flights from Newcastle and Glasgow.

The new winter flight only prices start from just £39.99.

New Summer 2022 route!

Corendon Airlines have added high season capacity for summer 2022!  Beginning in June, the airline will offer four flights per week from London Stansted to Antalya.  In addition to the new London Stansted to Antalya route, Corendon offer regional flights from Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, and London Gatwick to Antalya and Dalaman, plus Gatwick and Manchester flights to Bodrum, Crete and Rhodes.

Corendon which is established as a tour operator in the Netherlands in the early 2000s has become an international tourism group by specializing in air transportation, incoming and hotel management sectors over time.

Corendon Airlines, which has undertaken many exemplary applications and firsts in the aviation sector, which it entered with the slogan "Make a Difference" since its establishment, made its first flight from Eindhoven to Sabiha Gokcen on April 12, 2005, and became the first company to launch passenger flights to this airport.

Corendon Airlines, which has 3 different registered airlines including Turkey, the Netherlands, and Malta, carries 6 million passengers a year through its tourist flights from Europe to popular holiday destinations as well as direct flights from Europe to many cities of Anatolia.

Corendon Airlines organizes direct flights to 165 airports in 65 countries with its fleet consisting of 27 Boeing 737-800 model aircraft which are configured for 189 passengers.

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