Let Corendon Airlines know you want them to stop deporting refugees
This airline has been a new entry into the charter deportation market since 2020 – in the middle of the Corona pandemic – and has since then become one of its top profiteers. In 2021, Corendon airlines was responsible for 25 mass deportation flights with their charter-planes. Corendon Airlines has offices in Turkey and Malta, but it is the Dutch division that is responsible for deportations. Here is the list of countries where they have deported to in 2021: Albania, Kosovo, Tunisia, Guinea, Serbia, North-Macedonia, Ghana, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Gambia, Bulgaria, Romania. Every deportation at any time is reason for outrage. Let us never forget that during the winter of 2020/2021, while Europe was in pandemic-related lockdown, Corendon Airlines was by far the company most used for deportations. When no one was allowed to gather in groups in Germany, Corendon carried out mass deportations on a weekly basis. The people responsible for this work are in the Netherlands. We can reach them over email, telephone and their social media. Also, they operate common holiday flights from Amsterdam. Website: https://www.corendonairlines.com/de/. Social Media: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. They are present in Germany as being one of the sponsors of the football club 1. FC Nürnberg. Deportation profiteers have no place in sport and 1. FC Nürnberg can be pressured to stop collaborating with Corendon Airlines. FC Nürnberg’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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