The Thomas Cook Group Airline, part of the Thomas Cook Group, is one of Europe’s leading leisure airlines, operating from the source markets Germany, UK and the Nordic countries. Under the brands Thomas Cook Airlines (UK and Nordics) and Condor (Germany), the Group Airline flies over 19 million customers to 120 destinations around the globe every year. With a fleet of 101 aircraft, the Thomas Cook Group Airline generates revenues of £ 3.5bn.
The Group Airline has the clear vision to be the leading leisure airline and the smart choice for its customers – with smart products for every individual demand, a smart service variety for every type of traveler and smart value for money for every budget. To deliver this promise, its 9,500 employees put the customer at the heart of everything they do. The Thomas Cook Group Airline has received almost 80 awards for its passion and customer focus within the past six years.
German airline Condor has repeatedly won awards like this one: The holiday airline has been voted the most popular German airline in a renowned customer survey by n-tv and the German Institute for Service Quality (DISQ) several times.
With their favourite airline Condor, German guests have been flying to the most beautiful destinations in the world since 1956. The holiday airline takes off from Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and Hamburg as well as Hanover, Leipzig/Halle and Stuttgart to over 80 destinations. In the 2018/19 winter flight schedule, Condor has expanded its route network with two new long-haul destinations: Curaҫao in the Caribbean and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
On board long-haul flights, guests can choose between three different classes (Economy, Premium and Business Class), and they enjoy in-flight entertainment and free meals and drinks. On short- and medium-haul flights, guests can enjoy pre-ordered "Taste the World" menus including a dessert that are inspired by different countries. As part of the #noplaceforplastic campaign, Condor takes action against plastic and serves all menus with significantly less plastic packaging and without plastic straws.