Created in 2017, Corendon Airlines Europe is a subsidiary of Turkish airline, Corendon Airlines. Corendon Airlines Europe is based in Malta and offers scheduled and charter services to a number of different destinations throughout Europe. The airline flies over 70 routes across more than 45 destinations using a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
Corendon Airlines Europe was created so that Corendon Airlines could expand their flight network across Europe, with big European cities such as Berlin, Munich, Bucharest and Tel Aviv being targeted as priority destinations. The airline received its very first jet — a Boeing 737-800NG — in early 2017 and used it to operate its inaugural flight between Malta International Airport (MLA) and Naples International Airport (NAP) later that year.
Corendon Airlines Europe allows passengers to check-in online from 48 hours prior to departure and also give the option to request a meal or choose a seat on the aircraft from 6 weeks before your departure.
As of April 2019:
4 x Boeing 737-800
Passengers flying on Corendon Airlines Europe are allowed to bring carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 7kg on the flight. The baggage must be no larger than the dimensions of 25 x 35 x 55 cm. The weight and dimensions of your carry-on baggage will be checked by Corendon Airlines Europe check-in staff prior to departure. If your carry-on baggage fits within the maximum weight and dimensions, Corendon Airlines Europe check-in staff will label your bag with a tag that states it has been approved as carry-on baggage. If your baggage exceeds the maximum weight and dimensions, Corendon Airlines Europe has the right to charge you an extra fee to take the bag on the flight.
Passengers flying on Corendon Airlines Europe are entitled to one item of free checked baggage of up to 20kg in weight on some routes but have to pay an additional fee for checked baggage on other routes. Passengers flying on Corendon Airlines Europe are able to purchase excess baggage if they need it. Passengers are allowed up to 80 kg of checked baggage per person, however, one single item of checked baggage can't exceed 32kg.
Corendon Airlines Europe online check-in is available from 48 hours up until 5 hours before flight departure. Passengers can check-in for their Corendon Airlines Europe flight on the Corendon Airlines homepage and by entering their flight details
Passengers should arrive at the airport at least two hours before their Corendon Airlines Europe departs if they're checking in at the airport. Check-in desks close 45 minutes before the flight leaves at the very latest.
Corendon Airlines has only one class cabin on their planes: Economy.
However, passengers can purchase different ticket types for this class: Eco, Flex or Premium
Eco: In the eco fare, passengers can choose to pay only for what they want, keeping flight prices down. In this class, passengers have the allowance of one cabin bag of 8kg, but no hold luggage or sports equipment. Hold baggage can purchase as an additional item.
The Flex fare includes more than the eco fare, meaning you don’t have to worry about things such as baggage. In this fare, passengers get 20kg of hold luggage in addition to the 8kg of cabin baggage that is included in the Eco fare.
Premium fare provides a carefree flight, with passengers allowance of hold baggage going up to 30kg, in affection to the 8kg hand luggage allowed in the other two lighter fares. Passengers can also select their seat for their flight and choose their meal for their flight, free of charge!
The airline is based at Malta International Airport, which is the only airport in Malta and it serves the whole of the Maltese Islands. The airport has a single passenger terminal and became operational in March 1992. The airport serves as the main hub for Air Malta and Medavia besides being a base for Ryanair.