Corendon Airlines bolsters its summer operation with an Airhub Aviation A330-300

Aeronautical group based in Malta Airhub Aviation added an Airbus A330-343 to its fleet: the aircraft, registered 9H-AHQ, will complement the company’s services on the ACMI market (supply of aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance). Corendon Airlines will be the first operator to contract it.

The aircraft bears the manufacturer’s serial number 1754. At five years old, it is the youngest in the fleet.

Airhub Aviation has announced a new strategic partnership with Corendon, the Turkish operator specializing in the tourism market which operates charter flights to holiday destinations in Europe. The two companies have signed an ACMI contract for a period of eighteen months.

The addition of a jumbo jet will allow Corendon to increase its offer across its entire network and provide additional capacity in the Turkish market during the upcoming summer season. The rented aircraft will fly between the Turkish city of Antalya and European cities. Additionally, they are maintaining plans to schedule the A330 on intercontinental routes over the coming winter.

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“Our partnership is particularly important in anticipation of the surge in passenger travel during the coming post-pandemic recovery period,” said Haris Coloman, CEO of Airhub Aviation.

For her part, Corendon Airlines CEO Mine Aslan said: “With this aircraft, we will take the first steps of Comfort Class, which is our concept of service in wider and much more comfortable seats, unlike this which is known and to general practice, to our customers on our existing dense European routes”.

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