Condor announces long-haul comeback

Condor tail fins (Photo: LXM Group / Dirk Grothe).
Condor tail fins (Photo: LXM Group / Dirk Grothe).

Condor announces long-haul comeback

Condor tail fins (Photo: LXM Group / Dirk Grothe).
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The German holiday airline Condor is making its comeback on long-haul routes on October 31, 2020. From this day, three weekly flights from Frankfurt am Main and Düsseldorf to Varadero will be offered. Another reason is that the German Foreign Ministry has lifted the travel warning for Cuba.

The flights are operated on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and are available from EUR 349,99 one-way. “Germans want to feel comfortable on vacation, during the trip and at their destination, but also in times of Corona. With Caribbean temperatures, great hotels and dream beaches for swimming and relaxing, Cuba fulfills all the requirements - and Condor has been flying its guests reliably and safely on vacation for 65 years, even in special times like these, ”says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor. "Comprehensive hygiene concepts are also being implemented on site in the hotels and at Varadero Airport."

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