Germany-based leisure carrier Condor Airlines and Lufthansa low-cost subsidiary Germanwings have signed a cooperation for feeder flights offering Germanwings passengers service to Cologne and Manchester. Germanwings offers connecting flights from Hamburg, Leipzig/Halle, Berlin-Tegel, Vienna, Zurich, Milan Malpensa and London-Stansted to Cologne, which will become Condor’s third long-haul airport from Nov. 4 when it begins weekly nonstop services to Varadero (Cuba). Germanwings also ...

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