Condor is a low-cost airline serving Germany. Established in 1955 as Deutsche Flugdienst GmbH it was taken over by Lufthansa and the name changed to what we know today. Operating cheap flights to the Mediterranean, Asia, Africa, North America and the Caribbean it is a popular choice for German holidaymakers.
Condor as it is commonly known is headquartered in Kelsterbach with an office in Oberursel, Hesse. It is owned and operated by the Thomas Cook Group and many of Condor’s flights are packaged with discount holiday deals. The airline’s main base is located at Frankfurt Airport and together with a secondary hub at Munich Airport Condor serves 75 destinations across four continents. Focus cities include Berlin, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
Condor passengers can check in two hours prior to domestic departure and three hours before for international flights. Comfort Class passengers can check in two hours before take-off as standard.
Condor flights to the US and Canada permit a larger baggage limit, Economy can check in two items up to 23kg and Comfort Class are allowed two items at 32kg. All passengers can carry one item of hand luggage up to 6kg in addition to a laptop. The standard baggage allowance is 20kg for Economy and 30kg for Comfort Class.
The seat pitch on a Condor flight is 30 inches in Economy. On international flights Comfort Class passengers can enjoy a seat pitch of 50 inches.
Frequent Flyer Programme
Miles & More is the frequent flyer programme offered by Condor. Members can collect miles from each flight to spend on a series of rewards and discounts. Check Condor information on how to join.
Condor offers a truly unique way to fly through their Joker Flights initiative. Free spirited passengers can select from a series of categories, press the book button and then wait excitedly as their holiday destination is revealed. Categories include, nearby or international locations and your preferred departure airport.