Condor announced on Wednesday that they will be relaunching their summer 2020 holiday schedule from June 25, 2020. The carrier will initially serve 29 popular holiday destinations from eight German airports.
German holidaymakers can rejoice as Condor announced today that they will be relaunching their summer 2020 holiday schedule from June 25, 2020. The initial schedule will serve 29 destinations from eight airports in Germany including Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Munich, Hamburg, Hanover, Stuttgart, Leipzig/Halle and Berlin-Schöenefeld. Popular destinations include the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, Andalusia, Greece, Croatia, Sardinia, Italy, Cyprus, Turkey and the North Sea Island of Sylt. The entire summer 2020 schedule, starting with around 300 weekly connections will be published shortly. In Wednesday’s announcement, Condor’s CEO, Ralf Teckentrup said,
“You cannot go on holiday through a video conference – but as for almost 65 years, you can with Condor. We can hardly wait to take off again with holidaymakers towards the sun as of the end of June! It is important for us to offer our guests and tour operator partners a wide range of holiday destinations from all eight departure airports and thus nationwide coverage from Germany. For this reason, we are initially starting with more than two thirds of the destinations originally planned, and we are continuously reviewing other destinations and frequencies. Our summer timetable 2020 offers our customers and partners exactly the high level of planning security they desire: Flights until the end of October will be operated as scheduled.”