The Antalya-based airline became the first operator of the Max 8 in Turkey when it took the first aircraft in May.
Chief executive Yildiray Karaer says the first two of the three additional aircraft will be delivered in 2019, and the third will arrive in 2020.
The airline operates Max 8 services between Antalya and Eindhoven.
Karaer states that the type offers fuel efficiency that “dramatically” enhances operational performance.
“By offering a quiet and spacious cabin experience, passenger satisfaction will be maximised,” he adds. Corendon has three divisions based in Turkey, the Netherlands and Malta.