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Condor launches new routes from Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Hanover in Summer 2019

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In the summer timetable 2019, Condor is taking off from Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Hanover to new destinations in Italy, Greece and Morocco, giving travellers even more choice for the best time of the year. The summer timetable 2019 starts at the end of March 2019.

Five new destinations from Dusseldorf

Condor is launching a total of 105 weekly departures this coming summer with new destinations Cagliari, Naples and Palermo in Italy, as well as Kefalonia and Volos in Greece, which ideally complement DUS’s already existing 32 destinations. This makes the holiday flier the second largest airline at Düsseldorf Airport.

Mediterranean Sea from Hannover

From Hannover, the new destinations are Kavala, Preveza and Samos in Greece and the coastal towns of Lamezia Terme (Italy) and Zadar (Croatia). Condor thus controls a total of 23 destinations on the short and medium range.

56 weekly flights from Hamburg

In summer 2019, Condor complements existing destinations from Hamburg with the Greek city of Kalamata, Olbia in Italy and the Moroccan resort Agadir. Overall, the holiday airline takes off 56 times a week in the the summer timetable and takes guests to destinations with guaranteed sun.

Long-haul against wanderlust

Condor will fly to a total of 32 destinations in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, and the United States and South America in the summer of 2019. The holiday flier offers the right offer for every taste and budget: guests who travel without luggage fly in the Economy Light fare, but whoever wants to enjoy special comfort at a fair price, relaxes in the Condor Business Class.

Clear sign of operational stability during the high season

In order to bring their guests on time, even during the peak holiday season, Germany’s most popular holiday airline also implements a number of measures for even more operational stability in flight operations: “The special focus next summer is on the quality promise to our guests careful flight planning and additional replacement aircraft, even during the high season,” said Christoph Debus, Chief Airline Officer of the Thomas Cook Group. “Condor has stood for tradition and quality for more than 60 years – and in the summer of 2019 we are the right choice for the holidays of our guests.”

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