Condor starts from Lake Constance Airport to Mallorca

Condor's Airbus A320 took off from Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen in the direction of Palma de Mallorca (Photo: Bodensee-Airport).
Condor's Airbus A320 took off from Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen in the direction of Palma de Mallorca (Photo: Bodensee-Airport).

Condor starts from Lake Constance Airport to Mallorca

Condor's Airbus A320 took off from Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen in the direction of Palma de Mallorca (Photo: Bodensee-Airport).
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Punctually at 12.00:320 p.m. on Saturday, Condor’s Airbus AXNUMX took off from Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen in the direction of Palma de Mallorca.

With 163 passengers on board on their way to Easter vacation. Beforehand, the incoming Airbus was greeted with a water fountain by the airport fire brigade. Condor is now connecting Friedrichshafen once a week with the most popular holiday island for Germans. From May 24, 2022, the flights will be increased and then three times a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays) to the sunny island.

“The airport is convinced that the four-country region on Lake Constance will be in high demand for Mallorca in 2022. We are very happy to be able to win an excellent and renowned holiday airline with Condor for this offer three times a week. In this way, tour operators, travel agencies and individual travelers get a high-quality connection from Friedrichshafen to the most popular holiday island in Spain,” says Claus-Dieter Wehr, Managing Director of Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen.

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