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Condor to Add Two Summer Destinations in 2020

Condor will take off with full speed in summer 2020 and expands its summer flight schedule by two new destinations. Perfectly on time for the most beautiful season of the year, the leisure airline will take off to new destinations in Montenegro and, for the first time, the Côte d’Azur. In addition, Condor is increasing some of its existing frequencies to Greece, Mallorca and the Canary Islands. The summer flight schedule starts on 1 May 2020. The new destinations Toulon and Tivat can be booked as of tomorrow, Friday, on www.condor.com, by telephone 01806/767767 (0.20 EUR/call from the German landline network, mobile max. 0.60/EUR/call) or at a travel agency.

New from Frankfurt to Toulon in France and Tivat in Montenegro

In addition to the new destination Paphos in Cyprus, Condor is heading for two new destinations in summer 2020: Toulon at the Côte d’Azur and Tivat in Montenegro. Lovers of France will be leaving Frankfurt three times a week for the port city with its French lifestyle, delicious cuisine and dreamy sandy beaches between Saint-Tropez and Cassis. It is the ideal starting point for an onward journey to Provence.

Also new in the summer flight schedule is Tivat in Montenegro. The port city on the Montenegrin coast complements the existing Condor destinations in the region, Split and Dubrovnik. Montenegro is an insider tip for Adria lovers: The bay of Kotor with its fjord-like basins offers an impressive sight especially for nature-loving holidaymakers. Condor will set sail for Tivat twice a week from Frankfurt in summer 2020.

  • Toulon (TLN), Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, from 59.99 EUR
  • Tivat (TIV), Tuesday, Friday, from 59.99 EUR

From Germany non-stop to the Greek islands

Condor guests will be able to reach the two Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini conveniently non-stop in summer 2020. The leisure airline brings its guests from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich to Mykonos in the Aegean Sea once a week. Also non-stop from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich, Condor will fly twice a week to the island of Santorini, which is popular for its typically picturesque white houses with blue roofs.

Likewise, Condor also flies to Paphos in Cyprus and takes off on Mondays and Fridays from Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and Leipzig. Flights are already bookable as of 99.99 euros.

Germany’s most popular leisure airline also offers a new weekly flight from Stuttgart to Samos. The Greek island will also be approached from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Munich and Hanover.

Condor flies to a total of 17 destinations in Greece from seven German departure airports.

  • Mykonos (JMK), from FRA + DUS: Wednesday and from MUC: Saturday, from 89.99 EUR
  • Santorini (JTR), from FRA: Tuesday and from DUS + MUC: Tuesday, Friday, from 89.99 EUR
  • Paphos, from FRA, DUS, MUC + LEJ: Monday and Friday, from 99.99 EUR
  • Samos, from FRA, DUS, HAJ, MUC + STR: Sunday, Tuesday, Friday, from 89.99 EUR

Summer holiday under the Canary sun

Condor currently flies to the Canary Islands of Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Fuerteventura several times a week from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart. In summer 2020, Condor will be offering its guests additional flight days from the airports of Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich, so that guests of the leisure airline can reach the popular holiday islands even more often. The Canary Islands offer is completed by four weekly flights to La Palma and eleven weekly flights to Lanzarote.

  • Gran Canaria (LPA), from DUS + FRA: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and from HAM + MUC: Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday, from 99.99 EUR
  • Tenerife (TFS), from DUS + FRA: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and from HAM + MUC: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, from 109.99 EUR
  • Fuerteventura (FUE), from DUS + FRA: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and from HAM: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, as well as from MUC: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, from 109.99 EUR

New targets for the summer season with its traditionally strong demand

“Condor is Germany’s most popular leisure airline and is well known for tradition and quality for over 60 years now – and we want to continue to be so. With the new destinations Tivat, Toulon and Paphos we are expanding our route network and offering our guests even more choices for their summer holiday”, says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.

The focus of the 2020 summer flight schedule on short- and medium-haul flights is clearly on the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands. To cover this, Condor has rescheduled capacity from Turkey, Tunisia and Italy to other destinations.

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