MST - Corendon

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florianmst
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Re: MST - Corendon

Post by florianmst » 18 Oct 2019, 18:52

Winter 2019/2020:
Gran Canaria/Tenerife: Extra flight during November on Tuesdays.


Summer 2020:
- Hurghada: Decrease to 3 weekly during pre-season, 4 weekly during high season
- Palma de Mallorca: 3rd weekly flight during high season (Saturdays)

florianmst
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Re: MST - Corendon

Post by florianmst » 21 Oct 2019, 16:23

As of today there are 39 flights a week in the system, it would appear that there will be three aircraft based at MST. It appears also that Corendon Dutch will be operating the Antalya and Bodrum flights (has been Corendon Turkey in the past).

They seem to have found a rather interesting solution to the terminal overcrowding - based on current inventory both Hurghada and Gran Canaria/Tenerife will have an evening departure from MST, resulting in redeye departures from those destinations and an early morning arrival in MST by the time the first two based aircraft have left on their morning flights. Current inventory says 06:20 arrival, I'm not sure if that's allowed? The aircraft would then depart at 07:00 to its next destination.

florianmst
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Re: MST - Corendon

Post by florianmst » 23 Oct 2019, 10:24

So it's not going to be all CND to Turkey after all, Monday, Tuesday & Friday's Bodrum flights are operated by Corendon Turkey,with Tuesday & Friday's flight operating via Groningen on the inbound.

mstbun
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Re: MST - Corendon

Post by mstbun » 25 Oct 2019, 20:29

Acc: flightschedule Corendon > no MST news "but"
Spain and Portugal flights from Groningen, Amsterdam and Eindhoven operated through Transavia. :roll:
Kind regards
Ronald

florianmst
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Re: MST - Corendon

Post by florianmst » 05 Nov 2019, 17:44

https://www.1limburg.nl/corendon-ziet-t ... starticles .

So apparently two based planes in S20, with possibily three in S21. Seems logical as it appears that Corendon Turkey will operate 2/7 of the Antalya weekly flights and 3/5 of the Bodrum flights.

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