One of three route launches this week, Munich to Kalamata, was celebrated with a new route cake. Pictured holding some of Bavaria’s best baking along with the first flight crew are Oliver Dersch, Director Traffic Development, Munich Airport (left) and Peter Peres da Costa, Station Manager, Condor (right).
- Condor has improved its network offer at three of its bases this week, with Munich (MUC), Düsseldorf (DUS) and Stuttgart (STR) the beneficiaries of this growth. The former two airports have both received new weekly services (Wednesdays) to Kalamata (KLX) in Greece, with both new routes starting on 20 May and being operated by the airline’s 180-seat A320s. Both new routes will face the same level of competition as well, with Aegean Airlines offering twice-weekly operations on both airport pairs. Condor’s Stuttgart base added its sixth Greek destination, namely Preveza (PVK), on 24 May. The weekly services (Saturdays) are flown by the carrier’s A320s as well, and will face competition from airberlin, which also flies weekly between the two points.