Condor now flies to Baltimore Washington Airport in the US from Frankfurt

Condor was welcomed to Baltimore/Washington with a tasty-looking cake. The German leisure airline now flies twice a week from Frankfurt with 270-seat 767-300ERs. Cutting the ribbon were Gunnar Schmidt, Condor's Chief Pilot and Director of Flight Operations; Paul J. Wiedefeld, Executive Director, Baltimore/Washington International Airport; and Doris Brunner, First Officer.

  • The German leisure carrier Condor, part of Thomas Cook Group, added another US destination to its Frankfurt (FRA) network on 2 July when the airline began serving Baltimore/Washington, MD (BWI); the second European route to BWI after BA’s daily flights from London Heathrow. The new route is operated twice-weekly, on Mondays and Thursdays, with 270-seat 767-300ER aircraft. In addition to targeting tourism to the US east coast, Condor highlights onward connections in the US on Southwest out of BWI. Indirect competition at Washington Dulles comes from United’s thrice-daily and Lufthansa’s twice-daily flights.


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