Published On: April 5th, 2022By Categories: Feature, News, Uncategorized1.2 min read

Corendon Airlines Europe has added the tenth aircraft to its ever expanding fleet of Boeing 737-800NG as it try to take a bigger share of the European holiday market. Under the stewardship of Accountable Manager Marcello Marinelli and Captain Gaston Debono the Maltese leisure carrier is aiming to operate a minimum of 15 aircraft with an array of new bases being opened including one in Brussels.

The latest addition to the fleet is an ex-FlyDubai example A6-FEL way back in 2014. After 8 years at the Middle Eastern carrier the aircraft has found a new home at Corendon Airlines Europe and now sports the registration 9H-CXF.
The aircraft made a brief stop in Malta under the command of Captain Guillermo De Bartolome. It underwent the usual import procedures under the watchful eyes of the authorities as well as CXI senior management team based on the island. The aircraft then departed to Munster Osnabruck airport which will be the aircraft’s new base.

Captain Guillermo De Bartolome (1st from left) with Captain Gaston Debono (Flight Operations Nominated Person) sitting in the middle and First Officer Carlos De Eguia (1st from right)

Serdar Hosgel (1st from left); Kenneth Mercieca (2nd from left); Derya Rusuk (second from right) and Captain Gaston Debono (1st from right)

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