PAD: Corendon is flying to Izmir next summer

Photo: Paderborn / Lippstadt Airport.
Photo: Paderborn / Lippstadt Airport.

PAD: Corendon is flying to Izmir next summer

Photo: Paderborn / Lippstadt Airport.
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From June 25 of next year Corendon Airlines will be flying to Izmir, Turkey, twice a week. On Tuesdays and Saturdays in the coming summer, it goes from Paderborn / Lippstadt to Izmir.

Corendon Airlines uses a Boing 737-800 with 189 seats for the flights. “We are very pleased about the expansion of the offer at our airport. The destination Izmir is interesting for tourists, but also offers great potential for so-called ethnic traffic, ”explains airport manager Roland Hüser. The airline has been active at the airport for years and flies from Paderborn / Lippstadt not only to Izmir but also to Heraklion, Rhodes and Antalya.

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