Condor to Start Flights From Vienna to the Most Popular Vacation Destinations for Summer 2022
Condor will return to Vienna for summer 2022 with service to Majorca and the three Greek islands of Crete, Rhodes and Kos several times weekly. Flights can be booked either as a package tour at travel agencies or as flight-only tickets on the airline’s website.
On Friday (November 12, 2021), Condor announced that they will return to Vienna for summer 2022 offering service to the most sought after holiday destinations. The carrier will offer service to Majorca and to the three Greek Islands of Crete, Rhodes and Kos several times per week. Customers can book flights as part of a tour package with travel agencies, or as flight-only tickets on condor.com. From Easter, flights to Palma de Mallorca will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays and Sundays. Service to Heraklion and Crete will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from mid-May. Additionally, flights to Kos will operate on Tuesdays and Fridays, while Rhodes flights be available on Thursdays and Sundays.
In Friday’s announcement, Condor’s CEO, Ralf Teckentrup, said,
“The pent-up demand for vacation travel will be huge next summer. With our flights from Vienna, we are responding to the demand for tailor-made flights from our long-standing tour operator and travel agency partners in Austria. For example, together with our partners in Switzerland, we have already successfully established Zurich as a departure airport this summer. We are delighted to now add Vienna to our departures from Germany and Switzerland in the summer of 2022.”
Founded in 1956, Condor is Germany’s favorite leisure airline, normally serving around 9.4 million guests annually to 90 destinations in Europe, Africa and America from eight German gateways, Switzerland and Austria. 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.