FRANKFURT, GERMANY — German leisure operator Condor Airlines has announced new non-stop routes from New York (JFK), Los Angeles (LAX), and San Francisco (SFO). This is in addition to Condor’s return to Portland (PDX), Boston (BOS), Phoenix (PHX), Minneapolis (MSP), and Baltimore/Washington, D.C. (BWI).

Condor also earlier this year reinstated non-stop Frankfurt flights from Seattle (SEA), Las Vegas (LAS), Anchorage (ANC), and Fairbanks (FAI) following the suspension of service during the pandemic.

This marks the introduction of Condor’s largest U.S. summer schedule in the company’s history. Most flights to and from Frankfurt will be operated on Boeing 767-300 equipment and feature three classes of service (Economy, Premium, and Business). Furthermore, an Airbus A330-200 will be operated on some routes during the upcoming season.

From its Frankfurt hub, Condor offers connecting service to more than 100 destinations throughout Europe via Condor and a network of airline and rail partners including Lufthansa, SAS, Aegean Airlines, and more. In addition, U.S. travelers can take advantage of Condor’s interline partner JetBlue and their U.S. network of feeder flights to Condor’s gateway markets.

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