Corendon Dutch Airlines (CD, Amsterdam Schiphol) took delivery of its first B737-9 on September 30, becoming the first of the three sister AOCs in the Corendon group to add the type.

PH-CDP (msn unknown) was ferried directly from Seattle Boeing Field to Amsterdam Schiphol. It is the first of three B737-9s due for the Dutch leisure specialist and is configured for up to 213 passengers in a single-class layout. All three units will be leased from Air Lease Corporation. The ch-aviation fleets module shows that the carrier currently operates three B737-800s. It will wet-lease an A350-900 from World2Fly (Spain) during the winter season and is evaluating adding in-house widebodies if the trial goes well.

Sister carrier Corendon Airlines currently operates seven B737-8s, including six on lease from Air Lease Corporation and one from BOC Aviation. It also has thirteen B737-800s. The group also includes Corendon Airlines Europe, which operates fourteen B737-800s and no MAX jets.