Condor Boeing 767-300ER
German leisure carrier Condor Airlines has outlined what it called the largest US expansion in its 60-year history. The airline said it will add nonstop service from Frankfurt to San Diego (2X-weekly), Pittsburgh (2X-weekly) and New Orleans (2X-weekly). It will also add nonstop service from Munich to Seattle (2X-weekly) and Las Vegas (2X-weekly). All routes will be operated using Boeing 767-300ERs. Frankfurt-based Condor, part of UK-based Thomas Cook Group Airlines, currently serves the ...
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