Air Cairo and Corendon with two new routes from Paderborn

Airbus A320neo (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
Airbus A320neo (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).

Air Cairo and Corendon with two new routes from Paderborn

Airbus A320neo (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
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Paderborn/Lippstadt Airport was able to celebrate two more season maiden flights in the past few days. Corendon will fly to Izmir and Air Cairo will fly to Hurghada.

The Turkey connection is expected to be served twice a week until the end of October 2022. “We are very pleased that we have succeeded in establishing this connection in close cooperation with the representatives of the Turkish-born population in our region. Joint visits to Turkey have made the expected demand clear and persuaded the airline Corendon to start this commitment," explains Airport Managing Director Roland Hüser.

Air Cairo is new at Paderborn Airport. The carrier made the first landing on Monday. They are cooperating with SunExpress, because the Turkish airline has not been able to offer its own Egypt flights since SunExpress Germany was closed. The Egyptian partner Air Cairo is therefore responsible for the operational implementation. Two Hurghada routes are offered weekly.

“We are very happy about the new partner at our airport. Hurghada is an additional attractive holiday destination for the people in our region in southern climes," emphasizes Airport Managing Director Roland Hüser.

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