Condor Airlines set to Resume Flights to the Maldives
Germany’s most popular leisure airline, Condor has announced plans to resume flying to the Maldives.
From 18 December 2020, Condor will re-establish its route to the Maldives with two weekly flights from Frankfurt. The airline will also be resuming the route to Frankfurt with flights three times a week to Punta Cana and once a week to Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo.
Furthermore, connections to the Canary Islands will be increased where Condor will be taking vacationers to Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Tenerife and Madeira from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Munich. Holidays with Condor can be booked with all German organizers, flight tickets as usual at www.condor.com in the travel agency and by telephone.
“We are very happy to have managed the restart of the flights to Punta Cana and Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo together with our longtime partner Condor. This shows that the plan for the reactivation of responsible tourism, which was launched by the President of the Dominican Republic Luis Abinader and the Minister of Tourism David Collado on September 15th, is successful”, said Petra Cruz, European Director of the Tourist Board Dominican Republic.
Connections from Frankfurt, from December 18, 2020
Varadero: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
Punta Cana: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday
Santo Domingo: Sunday
Maldives: Monday, Saturday
“We can see from our flights to Cuba that the Germans want to travel – and responsible travel is possible throughout the entire trip thanks to extensive protective measures and hygiene concepts. We are delighted to add one of the most popular destinations for Condor customers, the Dominican Republic, to our flight schedule again this year. So nothing stands in the way of a winter vacation on Caribbean dream beaches”, said Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.
Onboard all Condor flights, mouth-nose protection is mandatory for guests and the cabin crew. In addition, service and also boarding and disembarkation processes are adapted in accordance with the regulations.
Customers are requested to use the online check-in to ensure maximum protection during the entire journey. On-site, guests are asked to behave prudently and in accordance with hygiene regulations throughout their stay and to take into account the entry requirements of the respective destination and the regulations on their return to Germany.
Condor has been flying its guests to beautiful holiday destinations across the world since 1956. Every year, around 9.4 million passengers fly with Condor from eight German airports to around 90 destinations in Europe, Africa, and America.