Condor Airlines is expanding its presence in North America

This fall/winter Condor will operate flights from Frankfurt to New York, Toronto, Seattle and Los Angeles. In addition to tourist class, the company also offers premium economy and business class

Kundur Airlines aircraft on the way to Yad Popular. Company photo

Condor Airlines (Condor Airline), the German airline specializing in flights to leisure destinations, will operate flights this fall/winter to four major destinations in North America: the service to Seattle (SEA) will operate twice a week until the end of October, and will increase to three times a week in the winter season; Service to New York (JFK) will operate five times a week until the end of October, reducing to four times a week in the winter season; The service to Los Angeles (LAX) will operate once a week until the end of October, and will increase to twice a week in the winter season; And the service to Toronto (YYZ) will operate once a week until the end of October, increasing to twice a week in the winter season.

Condor Airlines offers from the hub in Frankfurt a convenient service to more than 100 destinations throughout Europe together with the partner airlines and trains: Lufthansa, SWISS and Panair. The popular destinations in Europe for the coming autumn/winter: Munich, Zurich, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna, Prague, Geneva, Helsinki and Oslo. Condor Airlines has joint flights with Alaska Airlines, JetBlue and WestJet – from cities throughout the US and Canada.

Condor: business class and an advanced entertainment system. Company photo

Condor Airlines offers, in addition to tourist class, also business class and premium economy class. Condor’s business class includes seats that open into beds (Flat Seats), an entertainment system with a touch screen, electrical outlets in every seat and varied menus with free drinks. In addition, Condor Airlines offers special menus for children as well as vegetarian, vegan and lactose- and gluten-free meals. Business class passengers also have access to priority boarding and lounge access. They can also send sports equipment (such as skis) at no extra charge.

Premium Economy class includes seats with extra legroom, adjustable footrests and headrests, an entertainment system with an extended program, USB ports in every seat, free meals and drinks.

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