Condor jets into Cape Town

2012-11-05 13:51
Cape Town - Condor, a subsidiary of Thomas Cook and rated as one of Germany's most popular leisure carriers is now flying directly between Cape Town and Frankfurt, twice weekly. Flights from Frankfurt will depart on Tuesdays and Saturdays and flights out of Cape Town on Wednesdays and Sundays.

Passengers will benefit from overnight connections with flights departing from Frankfurt at 22:05 on Tuesdays, and 20:40 on Saturdays, arriving in Cape Town at 10:50 and 09:25 respectively the following day.

The Wednesday flight leaving Cape Town will depart at 23:20 arriving in Frankfurt at 10:20 the following day, with the Sunday flight departing from Cape Town at 18:55 and arriving in Frankfurt at 05:55.

Operated with the long-haul aircraft Boeing 767, which has different classes: Economy Class, Premium Economy and Comfort Class, the airline describes itself as being a 'no frills' airline.

The airline also offers feeders from Frankfurt to the following European cities:

Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Belgrade, Berlin-Brandenburg, Bilbao, Birmingham, Bremen, Breslau, Brussels, Bucarest/Otopeni, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Exeter, Friedrichshafen, Gdansk, Geneve, Glasgow, Goeteburg, Graz, Hamburg, Hanover, Innsbruck, Kiev, Krakow, Leipzig/Halle, Linz, Lissabon, London Gatwick, London, Heathrow, Luxembourg, Madrid, Manchester, Marseilles, Milan/Malpensa, Moscow/Domodedovo, Moscow/Sheremetyevo, Munich, Munster/Osnabruck, Nizza, Nuremberg, Oslo, Paris/Charles de Gaulle, Porto, Posen, Prague, Rome/Fiumicino, Saint Petersburg, Salzburg, Stockholm/Arlanda, Stuttgart, Turin, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb, Zurich.

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