• Joe Breitfeller

Condor to Resume Service to Cuba With Three Weekly Flights From Frankfurt and Dusseldorf

Starting October 30, 2020, Condor will resume flights to Varadero, Cuba with three weekly flights from both Frankfurt and Dusseldorf. The flights will operate on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays with tickets from €349.99.


Condor Boeing 757 - Courtesy Condor

Today (October 6, 2020), Condor announced the relaunch of service to Varadero, Cuba from October 31, 2020. The carrier will offer three weekly flights each from both Frankfurt and Dusseldorf which will operate on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets are available now on the airline’s website, by telephone or through travel agents from €349.99, while tour packages with Condor flights to Cuba can be booked through German tour operators. Veradero is one of the most popular seaside resorts in Cuba offering stunning beaches and impressive natural reserves. In Tuesday’s announcement, Condor’s CEO, Ralf Teckentrup, said,


“Germans want to go on holiday, but feel comfortable and safe at the same time, especially when travelling in times of Corona. Cuba fulfills all the conditions for a perfect getaway: Caribbean temperatures, great hotels and wonderful beaches for bathing and relaxing. For 65 years Condor has been taking guests reliably and safely to holiday destinations, we’ll continue to do so even in special times like these. Comprehensive hygiene concepts are implemented locally in the hotels as well as at Varadero Airport, so travelers can feel comfortable and safe throughout their journey.”


Condor has implemented a comprehensive range of measures onboard for the health and safety of guests and crewmembers. Customers will continue to enjoy Condor’s product and service experience with a varied menu and wine selection in Business Class, additional legroom in Premium Economy and the usual service in Economy Class. Additionally, the carrier’s reduced Flex fare option allows up to three booking changes per flight for only €50.

Source: Condor

0 comments

BreitflytE Airline News 

Subscribe to the Breitflyte Newsletter!

© 2021 Breitflyte Airline News Network.  All Rights Reserved.