Condor boosts Munich base with Barbados and Tobago

Seen cutting the cake to mark the start of Condor’s new service from Munich to Barbados and Tobago on 12 November, along with hostesses from Sixt and a Condor stewardess were: Alvin Jemmot, Chairman Barbados Tourism Marketing; Wilken Bellmann, Head of Network Development Long-Haul, Condor; Thomas Kube, Head of Marketing/Merchandising, Munich Airport; and Regine Sixt, Honorary Consul General of Barbados in Germany. Passengers were given traditional South German sweet treats for their journey across the Atlantic to the Caribbean.

  • Condor has used the seven days to augment its network from Munich (MUC), commencing flights to Barbados (BGI) which operates via Tobago (TAB) – with the services becoming long-haul destinations #14 and #15 from its second largest base. Operated by the leisure carrier’s 259-seat 767-300 fleet, the flights will be flown weekly (Saturdays). While no other carrier operates this route, Condor’s sister airline Thomas Cook Airlines, also began a new route from Manchester to Tobago over the same weekend, with the German airline beginning its flights on 12 November, while the UK airline’s services started the following day.

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