Corendon Airlines extends Summer 2022 ‘Early Booking Campaign’

Tuesday, Feb 01, 2022 0


Corendon Airlines today hailed the ‘incredible success’ of its summer 2022 early booking incentive, as it announced an extension of the campaign, through to the end of February 2022.


The early booking campaign will now offer discounts of up to 20% on all flights purchased to travel between the 1st of April and the 31st of October 2022. The new promotion is valid on all bookings made before 28th of February 2022.


An additional 10% discount will be applied to all return ticket bookings.


Corendon reported a strong January sales performance, across most of its European markets, with the UK outperforming most other markets.


‘The early bird campaign has worked extremely well, particularly in the UK and I’m pleased to say we have signed up many new agents during this time’, commented Corendon Commercial Director, Mine Aslan, adding, ‘We have taken the decision to extend the campaign throughout February and are looking to build on our early sales success to date’.


Corendon have over 500,000 seats on sale for Summer 2022, from 45 flights and 16 different routes. Including regional flights from Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham and Gatwick to Antalya and Dalaman, plus Gatwick and Manchester flights to Bodrum, Crete and Rhodes.


‘The UK is a relatively new market for us but we now looking to launch new destinations for winter 22/23 and summer 2023,’ Aslan concluded.


For further information and full details of UK flights visit


To register for the annual incentive scheme, contact: [email protected]

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