Condor continues its international expansion dynamics in long-haul flights from Frankfurt, with connections from Spain.
The German airline added to its route network Washington/Baltimore and Toronto and Cape Town in South Africa.
The three new destinations are served by Condor Boeing 767-300 aircraft with 270 seats, of which 18 are Comfort Class and 35 Premium Economy Class.
In the case of Toronto, Condor operates twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) which are non-stop flights.
The travelers can fly from Madrid, Bilbao and Barcelona to Toronto via Frankfurt from $469.99, as a final rate per person per trip.
En route to Washington/Baltimore, Condor Boeing 767-300s land at the International Airport Baltimore/Washingtonon Mondays and Thursdays during this summer 2012. Tickets to fly from Barcelona are available from $420.99 to $410.99 and from Madrid and Bilbao (all flights via Frankfurt, late fees each way per person).
As of November 3, 2012, Condor will fly to South Africa’s most famous city on Tuesdays and Saturdays (return flights are on Wednesdays and Sundays).
The tickets departing from Barcelona, Madrid and Bilbao (via Frankfurt) are available from 502.99 (final cost one way per person).
Condor Flugdienst GmbH was founded in 1956 and is a 100% subsidiary of Thomas Cook, one of the most important tour operators worldwide.
Each year about six million passengers fly with Condor to over 70 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. The airline’s fleet comprises 35 aircraft: 12 Airbus A320, 13 Boeing 757-300 and 10 Boeing 767-300.
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