Condor is Germany’s largest holiday airline based in Frankfurt.
Condor - Long Haul Flights
Condor is a large German airline controlled by the Thomas Cook Group. It is primarily a point-to-point leisure carrier and following an agreement with Air Berlin early in 2007 now derives passenger feed from Air Berlin’s extensive short haul network. It has hubs at Frankfurt and Munich, but also operates from a further 13 major German airports.
Long Haul destinations served include Anchorage, Calgary, Fairbanks, Halifax, Las Vegas, Orlando, Toronto, Vancouver, Whitehorse, Antigua, Barbados, Cancun, Cayo Coco, Grenada, Havana, Holguin, La Romana, Montego Bay, Porlamar, Puerta Plata, Punta Cana, Samaná, San José, Santo Domingo, St Lucia, Tobago, Varadero, Salvador da Bahia, Banjul, Kilimanjaro, Mahé, Marsa Alam, Mauritius, Mombasa, Sal, Zanzibar, Bangkok, Colombo, Gan, Goa, Male and Phuket, Condor Low Cost Flights from Germany "In the future, Air Berlin, LTU and Condor will coordinate their flight schedules to ensure that they no longer compete with flights to the same destinations on the same days but fly instead on different days.
Each carrier will sell tickets for the other two airlines." This announcement made in April 2007 is of great significance for European aviation as it brings together three of the great leisure carriers of Europe. Now with departures from a very large number of European cities to an increasing list of European and Worldwide destinations, this grouping looks set to become one of the most popular ways for European holiday makers to travel to and from popular single stay destinations. Look out for more developments on the Alternative Airlines web site as we pursue opportunities to offer you on this new cost effective way to travel.
Condor operate a mixed fleet of 36 aircraft:
- 14 short haul A320’s
- 13 Boeing 757’s
- 9 Boeing 767 Extended range for long haul services.