Condor will launch service to their first destination in the Caucasus with once-weekly flights between Frankfurt and the Armenian capital of Yeravan on Fridays starting July 30, 2021. Tickets can now be booked from €199.99 per person.
On Friday (June 18, 2021), Condor announced an expansion of their destination portfolio with new service to Yerevan, Armenia from July 30, 2021. The carrier will offer once-weekly service on Fridays between Frankfurt and Yerevan, the airline’s first destination in the Caucasus. Condor will be the only German airline offering direct service to the Armenian capital. Armenia is the world’s oldest Christian country and the capital city, Yerevan, offers impressive natural landscapes, as well as world cultural heritage sites of early Christian monasteries and a millennia-old wine culture. Tickets are now available for booking from €199.99 per person.
In Friday’s announcement, Condor’s CEO, Ralf Teckentrup, said,
“With the launch of direct flights to Yerevan before the end of this year, Condor is consistently continuing its strategy of offering vacations with family and friends away from the major established beach destinations. Especially against the background of the experiences from the pandemic, direct flights are particularly popular with our customers. But also, those who want to experience the overwhelming nature of the Caucasus, the historical sites of the country or even just the hospitality in Yerevan after the lockdown, can now comfortably reach their destination without changing flights.”
Additionally, from the beginning of July, Condor will offer service between Düsseldorf and the Lebanese capital of Beirut and to Sulaimaniyya in the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan in Iraq.
Founded in 1956, Condor is Germany’s favorite leisure airline, serving around 9.4 million guests annually to 90 destinations in Europe, Africa and America from eight German gateways. During the financial year 2018/2019, Condor Flugdienst recorded a net profit of €57 million on revenue of €1.7 billion. The German leisure carrier has a fleet of 50 aircraft which are meticulously maintained to the highest safety standards by their wholly-owned subsidiary Condor Technik with facilities in Frankfurt and Düsseldorf.