Condor Airlines

Condor Airlines:

Company Name –Condor Airlines
Airline Code- DE
Reservations (from DE)+49 (0) 180 6 767767
Reservations (from FR)+33 (0) 825742352
Reservations (from GB)+49 (0) 6171 6988920
Reservations (from US)1-866-960-7915
Reservations (Spain)+34 (0) 902 517300
EMail –NA
Get Online Help –Official Website
Address-Asiana Town, #47 Osae-dong,

Kangseo-Ku P.O.

Box 48 157-713

Frequent Flyer Program-Miles & More
Lounge-Condor Lounges
Airline Alliance-NA
Service Time –24/7 365
Best Time Call –NA
Calling Department – NA


Condor, lawfully/legally consolidated or incorporated as Condor Flugdienst GmbH, is a German sanctioned airline set up in 1955 with Frankfurt Airport being its fundamental base. Condor offers planned trips to relaxation objections and works, from Germany, medium-pull trips to the Mediterranean basin and the Canary Islands just as long stretch trips to objections in Africa, Asia, North America, South America, and the Caribbean. Though medium-pull flights are worked from numerous German airports (and Zurich), long stretch flights for the most part leave from Frankfurt, with a couple of revolutions worked from Düsseldorf and Munich.

The airline was initially settled as Deutsche Flugdienst GmbH on 21 December 1955. Its underlying armada comprised of three 36-traveler Vickers VC.1 Viking airplanes, the airline’s first vacationer-orientated flight initiated on 29 March 1956. In 1961, Deutsche Flugdienst assumed control over its adversary Condor- Luftreederei and along these lines took on Condor Flugdienst GmbH as its working name. During 1966, Condor dispatched its initially long stretch flights. At this point, the airline had a greater part portion of the overall industry of Germany’s travel industry air travel market. During the 1990s, Condor was rebuilt and converged/merged with different organizations to turn into a coordinated travel industry concern which came to be known as C&N Touristik.

From 2000 onwards, the Condor shares held by Lufthansa were slowly gained or acquired by both Thomas Cook AG and Thomas Cook Gathering/Group. On 4 February 2013, the Thomas Cook Group declared that Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, and Condor would be converted into a solitary working portion of the Thomas Cook Group, Thomas Cook Group Airlines.

On 23 September 2019, Condor’s parent organization Thomas Cook Gathering/Group imploded; be that as it may, Condor got an extension credit from the German government to stay inactivity. Condor Flugdienst GmbH keeps on being a resource of Thomas Cook Gathering plc until the resource is sold or the liquidation is finished by the Authority Collector.

On 24 January 2020, it was reported that the Clean Flight Gathering, proprietor of Parcel Clean Airlines, would obtain Condor. The securing was relied upon to be finished by April 2020 once antitrust endorsements are gotten. Notwithstanding, on 2 April 2020 it was reported that the deal with Parcel Clean Airlines had failed to
work out.

Corporate issues:

Headquarters/Base camp
The organization used to be settled in Kelsterbach and is presently is settled in  Frankfurt am Primary, Hesse. In January 2010, the airline held a noteworthy for another base camp complex in Entryway Gardens, an office complex situated in Flughafen, Frankfurt, across the Bundesautobahn 3 from Frankfurt Airport. Ralf Teckentrup, the Chief of Condor, said that the new central command would put the airline’s tasks nearer to Frankfurt Airport. 380 ground representatives will work in the structure, and pre-flight briefings for around 2,000 airline stewards will be held in the structure. Preceding its redevelopment, the place that is known for Passage Nurseries housed homes of
families positioned at a U.S. Army installation.

Groß and Accomplice and OFB Projektentwicklung fostered the seven-story facility. The 14,600-square-meter (157,000 sq. ft.) building is arranged between the recreation center and the focal court, in the “Quartier Mondo” space of Door Nurseries. It houses Condor’s corporate base camp, a preparation and training focus with a pilot test program, and the airline’s flight activities office. 2,700 square meters (29,000 sq. ft.) of the office incorporates little units leased to different inhabitants and a bistro and eatery on the structure’s first floor. The structure opened in the spring of 2012.
Condor Berlin
Toward the start of 1998, Condor established Condor Berlin GmbH (CIB), an entirely possessed auxiliary settled in Berlin-Schönefeld. It possessed the ICAO-Code CIB and worked on the short and medium-pull courses with its Airbus A320-200 until its incorporation into the parent organization on 1 May 2013.
Business Class
Condor’s Business Class is presented on all Boeing 767 airplanes. The seats convert to 170 degrees beds with 180 centimeters (71 in) long and a standard seat pitch (in takeoff method) of 60 inches (1,500 mm). The seats incorporate force and USB  outlets just as a 15-inch (380 mm) screen for in-flight diversion.
Premium Economy
The long stretch variant (presented on all Boeing 767) offers standard economy class seats from German producer ZIM FLUGSITZ with 15 centimeters (5.9 in) more legroom (1 meter (3 ft. 3 inch) seat pitch).
Economy Class
Condor’s long stretch Economy Class is presented on all Boeing 767 airplanes. All seats have a 30-inch seat pitch with a 17-inch width. The center seats are marginally more extensive (2-inch) than non-center seats.

In-flight diversion:

An individual screen is accessible at each seat in all long stretch lodges, giving travelers admittance to around 30 films, in excess of 50 television series, 24 radio stations, and much sound music, all things considered. All amusement content is accessible to travelers in Business and Premium Economy Class. In any case, Economy Class travelers have just restricted admittance without an updated expense. They approach one film, one television scene, and the full music library and radio broadcasts.