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Corendon Dutch Airlines Examines Contracts

The Dutch tour operator is ramping up for summer flying season and is examining suppliers for repairs.

LONDON--A Corendon Dutch Airlines logistics manager is looking for components not covered under its power-by-the hour contract with AFI KLM E&M as well as consumables for its Boeing 737-800 fleet.

The manager also says he is critically looking at existing contracts “to see if they are still as beneficial as they were in the beginning.” He says the airline plans to operate its six aircraft 90 hours per day in its peak season, July and August.

The six-year-old Dutch-based carrier is affiliated with Cordon Airlines, headquartered in Antalya, Turkey.

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