Summer 2023: Condor increases and reactivates Antalya

Boeing 767-300ER (Photo: V1Images.com/Arthur Ragoucy).
Boeing 767-300ER (Photo: V1Images.com/Arthur Ragoucy).

Summer 2023: Condor increases and reactivates Antalya

Boeing 767-300ER (Photo: V1Images.com/Arthur Ragoucy).
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The holiday airline Condor will fly to Antalya again in the 2023 summer flight schedule. The Turkish destination will be served from Frankfurt and Düsseldorf with an Airbus A320.

“We are very much looking forward to flying our guests to Turkey again next summer from two German airports. With the daily connections to the popular holiday destination, we are expanding our portfolio of sunny destinations around the Mediterranean,” says Managing Director Ralf Teckentrup. Most recently, Condor had the destination Antalya in its portfolio in September 2020.

Increases on numerous holiday routes from Germany

In the 2023 summer flight schedule, Condor will increase frequencies on some routes. For example, from May 12, 2023, there will be up to 21 flights a week to Palma de Mallorca from Hamburg and Munich. From the Hanseatic city, the plan is to gradually increase to four weekly Malaga rotations by May 11, 2023. The Spanish destination will be served five times a week from Frankfurt am Main and four times a week from Munich. From Dusseldorf, by the end of May 2023, the number of round trips will be increased to seven.

From May 12, 2023, Condor wants to fly significantly more frequently from Leipzig/Halle to Palma de Mallorca. This route is to be served with 14 weekly rotations in the future. In Düsseldorf, the Rijeka route will be increased with effect from June 11, 2023. This is then served with two rounds per week.

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