Corendon announces new summer routes

Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Dirk Grothe).
Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Dirk Grothe).

Corendon announces new summer routes

Boeing 737 Max 8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Dirk Grothe).
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The Corendon Group is currently working intensively on the summer flight schedule for 2022. New routes are planned from Germany, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands. Depending on the route, these are served by Corendon Airlines, Corendon Europe or Corendon Dutch Airlines.

From Cologne / Bonn it should go to Nador and Fez once a week. Rhodes is to be approached twice a week from Memmingen. The same applies to Izmir, which is planned from Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden. Nador and Fez are to be headed for two trips per week from Düsseldorf.

From Rotterdam and Brussels, the destinations Al Hoceima - each twice a week - and Nador - each three round trips per week - are planned. From Graz, Austria, there will be a new move to Ankara from the beginning of July 2021. More details on this  in this article.

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