Corendon Airlines connects Kassel-Calden with Antalya

Kassel-Calden Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Kassel-Calden Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Corendon Airlines connects Kassel-Calden with Antalya

Kassel-Calden Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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Corendon Airlines started the connection between Antalya and Kassel on June 4th. The first flight was fully booked.

Corendon Airlines will be flying twice a week (Wednesdays & Saturdays) to Antalya in Turkey until October 29, 2022 and is now adding these flights to this year's summer flight schedule at the North Hessian airport. A Boeing 737-800 is used, as the airport announced in a broadcast. With Kassel, the airline is adding the 22nd German departure airport to its route network.

“The fact that the first flights are fully booked confirms the demand for Turkey's offers in the region - for both tourist and ethnic traffic. We are very happy about the good start of the new cooperation with Corendon Airlines. This gives our passengers even more options for planning their vacation from Kassel. Antalya is a high-demand travel destination and the flights with Corendon Airlines are a great addition to the 2022 summer flight schedule," says Airport Managing Director Lars Ernst.

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