Popular starting point for trips to numerous Moroccan beach resorts / Many other sun-break destinations with Condor from Hamburg in the winter timetable
“We are thrilled to see Condor adding another destination to its extensive Hamburg route network,” says Dr. Jörgen Kearsley, Director Aviation Marketing at Hamburg Airport. “Agadir is an attractive destination for beach holidays for our passengers, especially in the winter season. I am certain that this new service will be well received.”
Lively port city and starting point for beach holidays
The port city of Agadir is on the Atlantic coast in the south of Morocco, making this popular holiday destination an ideal starting point for trips to Morocco’s beach resorts. Morocco’s Atlantic coast is lined with broad sandy beaches, and there are plenty of hotels and club resorts for sun-lovers to relax and swim. But Agadir, “the white city on the sea”, has plenty to offer tourists too. A bustling waterfront promenade with cafes, restaurants and bars attracts tourists, as do several golf courses and Agadir’s many historic sights.
From Hamburg’s winter to popular beach resorts with Condor
Condor has a number of additions for Hamburg’s sun lovers in the winter season. Flights to Palma de Mallorca, Antalya and Jerez de la Frontera are now being operated through the winter timetable 2018/2019 as well. The airline operates up to seven flights per week from Hamburg to the favourite island of German tourists, Mallorca, along with two flights per week each to Antalya and Jerez de la Frontera. Condor is also increasing frequencies on its existing route to Fuerteventura, with four flights there per week in the winter.
Condor has a comprehensive selection of destinations throughout Europe. Alongside the new winter destinations, the airline is also flying from Hamburg to Fuerteventura (Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat), Funchal (Thurs), Gran Canaria (Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun), Hurghada (Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun), Lanzarote (Tue, Fri, Sun), Santa Cruz de la Palma (Tue) and Tenerife (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun) for the 2018/2019 winter timetable.