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Peakwork and Turkish carrier Corendon Airlines agree distribution deal

Posted by Lee Hayhurst on
Peakwork and Turkish carrier Corendon Airlines agree distribution deal

Turkish airline Corendon Airlines has begun providing content through Peakwork’s Player Hub network.

The tie-up means full search and booking functionality is available via Peakwork for flight-only as well as dynamically packaged sales.

Corendon operates frequent connections to Antalya and new as well now to Heraklion in Greece from 12 German airports.

Corendon Airlines (CAI) and Corendon Airlines Europe (CXI) operate 11 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Together with additional 3 aircraft of Corendon Dutch Airlines (CND) they fly to 145 airports in 45 countries around the world.

Thomas Braun, regional representative of Corendon Airlines, said: “Having established another European branch with Corendon Airlines Europe (CXI) recently, Corendon’s network is continuously increasing and no longer related to Turkey routes only.

“Consequently we are investing also in technology and building up seat only and online sales activities. With Peakwork we are entering dynamic sector now and will intensify co-operations in this area within next month.”

Christian Andersen, director flight at Peakwork, added: “We are constantly expanding the number of suppliers and offers within the Player Hub network in order to provide a broad product portfolio to our partners.

“Corendon’s flight offer meets the requirements of travellers and thus tour operators for dynamic packages.”


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