Condor relaunches service from Vienna with Palma de Mallorca route
Condor has resumed service from Vienna to four sunny island destinations. The airline has commenced a four times weekly service to Palma de Mallorca. Routes to Kos, Rhodes, and Heraklion will be served up to three times per week from mid-May.
The new flight connections were formally opened by Jutta Deubel, Senior Sales Manager Europe, Condor; Thomas Lachner, Deputy General Manager, AVIAREPS Austria; and Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO, Vienna Airport.
“Condor will once again bring Austrian travellers to sunny vacation destinations,” said Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO, Vienna Airport. “The fact that Condor is offering flight connections from Vienna Airport once again confirms the large-scale demand for holiday flights in the 2022 summer season. The airline is serving four of Austria’s most popular holiday islands at the same time, namely Mallorca, Crete, Kos and Rhodes. We would like to warmly welcome Condor back to Vienna.”
Ralf Teckentrup, CEO Condor, commented: “There is a huge pent-up need for holiday trips. Our flights from Vienna comprise our way of responding to this demand for customised flights on the part of our longstanding partners i.e., tour operators and travel agencies. We are now pleased to complement our departure flights from Germany and Switzerland in the summer of 2022 by adding Vienna to our network.”