German leisure carrier Condor  has leased seven aircraft during the holiday season to fill a capacity gap left by airberlin subsidiary NIKI, which filed for bankruptcy and immediately ceased operations Dec. 13. “We have added seven additional aircraft from TUIfly, SmartLynx, Pul Air Slovakia, [Slovak charter airline] AirExplore and from our own Thomas Cook Group,” a Condor spokesperson told ATW in Frankfurt. The additional capacity offers more than 68,000 seats to ...

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