Corendon landed in Weeze

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Corendon landed in Weeze

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On Saturday, June 27, 2020, the Turkish airline Corondon operated the first flight between Antalya and Weeze. On board the Boeing 737-800 there were information from the German regional airport, 75 passengers who were flying in the direction of Turkey.

“We are happy about the premiere of Corendon Airlines in Weeze. This route opening by our new partner at the beginning of the summer holidays is a very positive signal for our airport, ”said airport director Ludger van Bebber.

Tarik Helvaci, station manager of Corendon Airlines for the German departure airports, explained: “Weeze Airport convinced us because of its good location in the border region, the great popularity with its customers and because of the excellent cooperation at all levels. The first Corendon Airlines flight today in Weeze will be followed by many more! "

The airline's flight schedule initially includes two weekly flights to Antalya this summer. On board the Corendon Airlines, guests are mainly expected who have booked a package tour with one of the well-known German and Dutch tour operators.

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