Germany-based leisure carrier Condor has been hit by shrinking demand, especially on flights to holiday destinations, related to recent terrorist attacks in Europe. “In total, demand on our leisure flights this year [has] dropped by 10%,” Chairman and CEO Ralf Teckentrup told ATW in Frankfurt. Continued weak customer demand from Germany to Turkey resulted in a bookings drop of 40%. “You can expect the same [figure] for Egypt. The Tunisian leisure market [has] disappeared ...

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