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Condor Will Offer Service From Leipzig Halle Airport in Time for Winter Holidays

Starting January 30, 2021, the popular German leisure airline will once again offer flights from Leipzig/Halle Airport. Condor will off twice-weekly service to the Egyptian resort of Hurghada as well as three weekly flights to the Canary Islands.

Condor Returns to Leipzig/Halle Airport - Courtesy Condor

On Friday (January 8, 2021), Condor announced that they will once again offer service from Leipzig/Halle Airport in time for the winter holidays. Starting January 30, 2021, guests from Saxony planning early winter holidays will enjoy twice-weekly service to the Egyptian resort of Hurghada as well as three weekly flights to the Canary Islands. The popular German leisure airline will offer service between Leipzig and Tenerife on Fridays, Fuerteventura on Saturdays and Gran Canarias on Sundays. Guests traveling to the Canary Islands will experience pleasant temperatures, while enjoying the sun, picturesque beaches and sea. Journeys from Leipzig are now available for booking through the carrier’s website and German travel organizers.

In Friday’s announcement, Condor’s CEO, Ralf Teckentrup, said,

“The longing for vacation is great, as we can see from our flights to the Canary Islands, Cuba, the Dominican Republic or the Maldives. We are delighted that responsible travel is also possible again for our customers from Leipzig in time for the winter vacations - with guaranteed deserted beaches, sun and relaxation.”

Further commenting on the new service, Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG’s CEO, Götz Ahmelmann, added,

“We are delighted that Condor is the first airline to return to the starting line after the forced break. The Canaries and Egypt are popular sun destinations right now. Condor is sending out an optimistic signal. We are convinced that demand for tourist flight connections will increase significantly beyond the winter vacations as soon as the travel restrictions fall.”

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 Condo Technik with facilities in Frankfurt and Düsseldorf.

Source: Condor


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