With 17 long-haul aircraft, Condor will be taking-off even more frequently to the USA and Canada in the summer schedule. Condor also offers more flights to Italy, Croatia, Turkey and to the Balearic Islands.
The Thomas Cook Group Airline includes two additional Airbus A321 in its eet, one of which will be flown into the fleet of Condor and its sister airline Thomas Cook Airlines UK until spring 2019. With 103 aircraft in the summer of 2019, the Group Airline has the largest fleet of its own aircraft in its history. The increase clearly shows Condor’s focus on operational stability: “Using additional aircraft of our own is another measure to live up to our promise of quality during the high season next summer,” says Christoph Debus, Chief Airline Officer of the Thomas Cook Group.
Q4 of 2019 saw Condor launch a new service from Frankfurt to Kuala Lumpur, making this the only airline operating direct ights from Germany to the Malaysian capital, and creating excellent links for new German cruise operations based out of Langkawi.
Hall 26a / Stand 117