Corendon announces Antalya from Kassel-Calden

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

Corendon announces Antalya from Kassel-Calden

Kassel-Calden Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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The Turkish holiday airline Corendon Airlines will also be flying to Kassel-Calden Airport in the summer flight schedule of 2022. The carrier intends to go to the Regio-Airport twice a week.

Corendon Airlines is currently planning to fly from Antalya to Kassel-Calden on Wednesday and Saturday. The first flight is scheduled to take place on June 4, 2022. It is currently planned that the Turkey route will be operated seasonally. The last flights are announced for October 29, 2022.

Neither Corendon Airlines nor the Maltese subsidiary Corendon Europe have currently planned further destinations from Kassel-Calden. This information represents the current state of information and can definitely change. The actual start of Antalya flights from this regional airport is in any case subject to economic demand.

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  • Michael Schäfer, 7. December 2021 @ 07: 36

    If these flights from Kassel Calden did not take place due to a lack of booking interest, from where would already booked trips depart or would they be canceled? MFG Michael Schäfer!

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  • Michael Schäfer, 7. December 2021 @ 07: 36

    If these flights from Kassel Calden did not take place due to a lack of booking interest, from where would already booked trips depart or would they be canceled? MFG Michael Schäfer!

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