One summer follows the next – Corendon Airlines

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2022 0


Once the winter is here with its damp and cold weather and grey and gloomy skies, there is one thing you miss most: the summer. The warm temperatures, the turquoise sea, the shining sun, the hot sandy beaches…


With Corendon Airlines, your friendly holiday airline, you can fly to the most beautiful sunny destinations in Greece and Turkey next summer at very reasonable prices.

Starting in April, we will be flying from Birmingham, Glasgow, Gatwick, Manchester and Newcastle to the popular holiday destinations of Antalya on the Turkish Riviera and Dalaman on the Lycian Coast.

We are also flying to Bodrum, the vibrant and sophisticated city on the Aegean Sea, from Gatwick and Manchester.

The top Greek destinations of Crete and Rhodes will also be flown to from Gatwick and Manchester from the beginning of May.


Book your seat for your eagerly awaited summer holiday now at a particularly affordable price.

Learn more about Corendon Airlines

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