Condor adds connections to Morocco and Netherlands Antilles

There were celebrations at Hamburg on 7 November as Condor commenced flights to Agadir. An impressive route launch cake was baked for the occasion with Alexandra Ringel, Senior Manager, Traffic Development & Sales, Aviation Marketing, Hamburg Airport; Suneel Pathak, Regional Manager – Ground Operations Northern Germany, Condor and Clea Braun, Key Account Manager, Condor, joining the inaugural crew on the apron.

  • Condor commenced services from Hamburg (HAM) to Agadir (AGA) on 6 November and from Frankfurt (FRA) to Curaçao (CUR) the following day. Both routes will be flown weekly and neither faces any direct competition. The 3,022-kilometre connection from Hamburg to Agadir will be operated by A321s on Tuesdays, while the 8,079-kilometre link from Frankfurt to Curaçao being flown using 767-300s on Wednesdays. “We are thrilled to see Condor adding another destination to its extensive Hamburg route network,” said Jörgen Kearsley, Director Aviation Marketing, Hamburg Airport. “Agadir is an attractive destination for beach holidays for our passengers, especially in the winter season. I am certain that this new service will be well received.”

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