Published On: Mon, Sep 30th, 2013

Corendon starting 2014 with KLM to Curacao

CorendonLIJNDEN - Corendon starts offering air travel to Curaçao.

The tour operator has signed an agreement with KLM on Monday September 30. The Dutch airline KLM will provide air transport to the Caribbean for Corendon’s costumers. As of January 2, 2014 KLM will provide chairs on it flights to Curacao for Corendon customers.

Curacao is the first long-haul destination for Corendon, originally fully focused on Turkey, but in recent years extended to many other countries. As of January 2, 2014, packages to Curacao will be offered starting at 639 Euros. These vacation packages are offered starting Monday.

Corendon and partner Stip Reiz want to profit from the 140,000 Dutch tourists who travel annually to Curacao. "We hope that finally some healthy competition arises in Curaçao, and that we can lift tourism to an even higher level," says Corendon CEO Atilay Uslu.

Corendon will continue to grow the coming years. The focus is on both new (long haul) destinations as niche products, such as city trips and exclusive travel. "KLM is a suitable partner in realizing our growth ambitions on long-haul destinations in the coming years," said Uslu.

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