In its 18th year of existence, Corendon Airlines recently took delivery of a brand-new Boeing 737-8 aircraft from its Seattle factory, bringing its fleet now up to 37 aircraft including 7 Boeing 737-8s.
Corendon Airlines announced the launch of their summer 2024 flight schedule to Dalaman, this is in addition to their 2024 Antalya programme, which was launched earlier this year.
The airline reported ‘strong early sales’ so far for summer 2024 and expect to achieve a higher volume of early reservations, compared to 2023, for Antalya and Dalaman from the UK.
“Following the successful launch of our Summer 2024 Antalya flights, we are now adding these Dalaman flights”, explained Commercial Director, Mine Aslan. ‘Dalaman has proved extremely popular with the UK market over the last few years, and we anticipate good demand for the destination in 2024. “We now have over 300,000 seats on sale from the UK to Antalya and
Dalaman for summer 2024. In general, flight prices for Summer 2023 have been more expensive than expected and if customers did not book early, they have seen high prices throughout the lates market. We have now launched our flight programme for summer 2024, to attract early bookings for next year. We will follow this up with the launch of several early booking campaigns, designed to attract passengers looking to book their 2024 holiday in advance.” added Aslan.
Now in its 18th year of existence, Corendon Airlines recently took delivery of a brand-new Boeing 737-8 aircraft from its Seattle factory, bringing its fleet now up to 37 aircraft including 7 Boeing 737-8s.
“This is our third full year of operation in the UK and now have many established trade partners in the UK. We always search for the opportunities to improve our business and operations so for 2024 and beyond, we will be looking to expand into other destinations, where we believe there is potential future demand,” Aslan concluded.
Corendon Airlines is now offering 27 weekly flights from the UK in Summer 2024. They operate to Antalya and Dalaman from London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristoland Glasgow.
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