Summer 2023: Condor is planning some new holiday routes from Germany

Airbus A330 (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
Airbus A330 (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).

Summer 2023: Condor is planning some new holiday routes from Germany

Airbus A330 (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
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The holiday airline Condor has already started planning for the 2023 summer flight schedule. From Germany, the carrier intends to launch some new routes on short and medium-haul routes and to increase the frequencies on existing routes.

Now it should go from Munich and Hamburg to Malaga. Available flight plan data shows that the Hanseatic city will probably be flown twice a week from April 1, 2023. From the Bavarian airport, the Spanish city will be served three times a week from May 1, 2023. Condor also wants to add the destinations Jerez de la Frontera (three times a week from May 12, 2023), Faro and Alicante (each three times a week from May 13, 2023) to the program from Munich.

From May 4, 2023, there will be a weekly service from Stuttgart to Funchal. From Düsseldorf, Condor now wants to fly to Alicante (three times a week from May 12, 2023) and Faro (three times a week from May 13, 2023). The latter destination should also be offered from Hamburg with the same frequency. 

According to the current flight schedule data, Condor intends to fly more frequently from Munich to Hurghada, Funchal, Tenerife South, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Ibiza, Split and Kefalonia in the 2023 summer flight schedule period. The destinations Hurghada, Alicante and Faro are to be headed for more frequently from Frankfurt am Main. From Hamburg, the holiday airline intends to increase frequencies to Hurghada, Funchal and Rhodes.

Since there is still a long way to go before the start of the 2023 summer flight schedule, it can be expected that Condor will make a few more changes and adjustments. Therefore, the most recent flight plan data should still be treated with appropriate caution. Especially due to the corona pandemic, many airlines are making last-minute changes.

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