Condor to Launch Service From Düsseldorf to Cancun, Mexico for Winter 2020/21 Season
German leisure carrier Condor Airlines announced Thursday that they will be launching twice-weekly service from Düsseldorf to Cancun, Mexico for the winter 2020/21 season. The route will be operated on Tuesdays and Saturdays from November 3, 2020.
Today, German leisure carrier Condor Airlines announced they will be adding twice-weekly service between Düsseldorf and Cancun, Mexico for the winter 2020/21 season. The route will be operated on Tuesdays and Saturdays from November 3, 2020. From Munich, Condor also offers long-haul service to popular holiday destinations including Cancun (Mexico), Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) and Varadero (Cuba). The carrier will also add service from Munich to Seattle for the winter season, thereby operating the route year-round. In Thursday’s announcement, Condor’s CEO, Ralf Teckentrup said,
“Condor already successfully flies to long-haul tourist destinations from Frankfurt and Munich and is supplementing its existing range with flights from Düsseldorf. This is our response to market demand from both end customers and our tour operator partners. We are still examining further long-haul destinations from Düsseldorf [which] has always been an important location for Condor, where we have also been servicing parts of our fleet through our own technical operation since 2018.”
Condor will be stationing a Boeing 767-300 in Düsseldorf for the winter 2020/21 season. Long-haul Business Class guests can expect fully automatic reclining seats, an extensive IFE system with 15” screen and a three course gourmet menu. Premium Class customers receive more legroom and pitch, complimentary beverages (alcohol & soft drinks) and a Premium Menu. In Economy Class, guests can expect a personal IFE screen, ergonomic seats, complimentary hot & cold meals and a generous selection of non-alcoholic beverages. Condor’s “Economy Light” fares are also available on long-haul flights for customers who prefer to travel with hand luggage only.
Source: Condor Airlines