Münster/Osnabrück welcomes two new routes by Corendon Airlines as the carrier restarts

MünsterOsnabrück welcomes two new routes by Corendon Airlines as the carrier restarts

Holiday time again! Corendon Airlines begins two new routes as the carrier resumes its operations at Münster/Osnabrück. The airport’s Mathias Richter (far right) and Detlef Döbberthin (centre), both Managers of Aviation Marketing, are joined by Ahmet Cemal Ziguslu (Area Representative at Corendon Airlines), second from the far right, and Corendon crew.

Corendon Airlines has begun two new routes to Turkey from Münster/Osnabrück:

  • a 2,189-kilometre, once-weekly service to Zongdulak (on 28 June)
  • a 2,608-kilometre, once-weekly service to Kayseri (30 June)

Both are for Turkish VFR reasons, with North Rhine-Westphalia, the state in which Münster/Osnabrück is located, having over 500,000 Turks.

Münster/Osnabrück: one of only three destinations from Zonguldak

Corendon’s new Münster/Osnabrück – Zongdulak is one of just three routes from Turkish city, the others being Istanbul Turkish Airlines) and Cologne (also Corendon). 

Zongdulak is located near the Black Sea, some 328 kilometres from Istanbul and 269 kilometres from Ankara.

Previously, Germania served Zongdulak from Düsseldorf and Dortmund, while Atlasglobal operated Düsseldorf – Zonguldak last year. 

Corendon Airlines launches two new routes from MünsterOsnabrück

Source: OAG Mapper.

Kayseri has 16 routes to Europe this year

Münster/Osnabrück – Kayseri has been previously operated by Germania (2017) and SunExpress (2018 and 2019), OAG Schedules data shows.  Corendon’s new service will reconnect the two airports.

In addition to Münster/Osnabrück, Kayseri has eight routes to Germany this year of a total of 15 other routes across Europe.

Kayseri has the sixth-largest amount of seats of all 22 Turkish airports to Germany.

Kayseri has 16 routes to Europe this year

On 26 June, Münster/Osnabrück welcomed back Corendon-based aircraft.

Corendon bases one B737-800 at the airport – as well as using non-based aircraft – and its full summer 2020 schedule involves 12 leisure and VFR routes:

Destination Weekly frequency
Adana 1
Antalya* 5
Fuerteventura 2
Gran Canaria 2
Heraklion 3
Hurghada* 1
Izmir 1
Kayseri 1
Kos 1
Rhodes 2
Tenerife South 1
Zonguldak 1
Source: Münster/Osnabrück International Airport. *This frequency list is Corendon’s full schedule for S20. The return of Antalya and Hurghada is subject to the removal of the travel ban.


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