Condor to Participate in Pilot Project for Balearic Islands with Service to Mallorca From June 15, 2
Updated: Jun 13
Condor announced on Friday that guests will once again be starting their holidays on Mallorca without quarantine restrictions. The carrier is participating in a pilot project for the Balearics which includes all Condor flights.
Today, Condor announced their participation in a pilot program for service to the Balearic Islands which allows their guests to visit without quarantine requirements. From June 15, 2020, Condor customers will one again be able to start their holidays on Mallorca. All Condor flights are part of the program, where guests who stay on the island for a minimum of five nights are exempt from quarantine upon arrival. Holidaymakers can now enjoy their stay on Mallorca while practicing applicable hygiene and social distancing rules. Additionally, from July 1st, 2020, Spain will once again open its borders to German travelers. During the pilot program, which will run through June 28, 2020, Condor will operate a total of ten flights from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Hamburg, just in time for the summer holidays. Condor will offer several weekly flights to Mallorca (some with several daily frequencies) from a total of seven German Airports.
Guests will be subject to a package of health and safety measures introduced by the German air transport industry including mandatory mouth-and-nose protection for guests and cabin crew through August 31, 2020. Additionally, customers must provide their contact details, similar as now required in restaurants.
The air quality upon all Condor flights corresponds to that of operating theaters in German hospitals in terms of filters and airflow. Condor has also adjusted their boarding and deplaning processes to minimize crowding and maintain social distancing where practicable. The carrier suggests that guests also use online check-in to reduce the number of contact points during their journey. Condor reminds their valued guests to check the entry requirements of their respective destinations to ensure compliance with all associated regulations, as well as compliance with German regulations upon re-entry.