Corendon Airlines launches New Winter 22/23 schedule!

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 0


Corendon Airlines launches New Winter 22/23 schedule!

Corendon Airlines have now launched their first ever UK winter flights.

Featuring flights to Antalya, from 5 UK airports!

For Winter 2022/23, Corendon Airlines will offer; three flights per week from London-Gatwick, twice weekly from Manchester and Birmingham, and weekly flights from Newcastle and Glasgow.

The new winter flights are now on sale with prices starting from £39.99.

New Summer 2022 route!

Corendon Airlines have added high season capacity for summer 2022! Beginning in June, the airline will offer four flights per week from London Stansted to Antalya.

In addition to the new London Stansted to Antalya route, Corendon offer regional flights from Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, and London Gatwick to Antalya and Dalaman, plus Gatwick and Manchester flights to Bodrum, Crete and Rhodes.

Learn More

This Specials closes at midnight on 31/12/2022.

Learn more about Corendon Airlines

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