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Condor flight schedule 2020: short- and medium-haul flights bookable

Sommerflugplan 2020

Frankfurt, 23 May 2019 – As of today, Condor short- and medium haul flights for summer season 2020 are bookable. Germany's most popular leisure airline will be departing from Germany's seven largest airports next summer season, taking holidaymakers to over 30 sunny destinations around the Mediterranean Sea, in Turkey, Egypt and on the Canary Islands. The flights starting from 64,99 euro can be booked as of now under www.condor.com, in travel agencies or by telephone.

More Spain program

In summer 2020, Condor will again be flying to the Canary Islands of Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma and Lanzarote several times a week. In addition, flights to the flower island of Madeira are offered from all German Condor departure airports. Balearic enthusiasts fly to Mallorca several times a day and to Ibiza three times a week. Golfers in particular will be delighted by the flights to Jerez de la Frontera several times a week.

With Condor to 15 destinations in Greece

Fans of Greece will enjoy their favourite spots in summer 2020: Condor takes off several times a week to Kalamata, Mykonos, Volos and Zakynthos in addition to the all-time favourites Crete, Kos and Rhodes as well as to other destinations such as Mykonos, Volos and Zakynthos and many more. Flights to Greece are bookable starting from 89,99 euro.

Turkey, Egypt, Italy

Condor flies several times a week to Catania, Olbia and Lamezia Terme. Antalya is on the flight schedule several times a day and Hurghada in Egypt is also served from all German airports of departure. Wanderlust allowed: Long-haul flights also bookable for summer 2020 Condor flights to a total of 30 holiday destinations in the USA, Canada, Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean are already bookable as well. Flights start from 299,99 euro on www.condor.com

The summer flight schedule 2020 is valid from 1 May to 31 October 2020 and can be downloaded on www.condor.com Further routes and frequencies will be activated soon.

Credit: Dietmar Plath

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