German-based leisure carrier Condor Airlines will operate Boeing 767-300ER long-haul services from Cologne to Varadero beginning Nov. 4. With the move, Cologne will become Condor’s fourth long-haul operation airport in Europe with Frankfurt, Munich and Vienna. The carrier transports around 7 million passengers to 75 destinations. Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group, operates 12 Airbus A320s, one A321, 13 Boeing 757-300s and 12 767-300ERs.

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