More than 150,000 additional seats can be booked via Condor for holiday flights from Switzerland
Condor is selling additional Laudamotion flights for holidaymakers from Switzerland. With nine new destinations from Zurich Airport (ZRH) and Basel (BSL), the holiday airline is expanding its selection of flights.
The additional flight program for the coming summer offers the fastest way to the sun. You can now book to visit eight islands via Condor: New from Switzerland are flights to four Spanish, three Greek and Sardinia an Italian island. Lamezia Terme, a holiday region on the Tyrrhenian coast in the south of Italy, completes the number of flights.
"For the Laudamotion program that we market, this includes almost 150,000 seats from Switzerland for the summer of 2018. Two Laudamotion aircraft will be deployed in the Swiss market this summer," said Ralf Teckentrup, CEO Condor and CCO Thomas Cook Group Airline. Laudamotion fills a gap in the European holiday air market, which also benefits our customers with a wider choice and low-cost introductory offers. "
Last week, Condor announced the expansion of the summer timetable 2018 in Düsseldorf. With the addition of five aircraft, new connections will be made from there to the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Greece, Italy, Egypt and Turkey. For the first time, the holiday flier is also offered a domestic German flight to the North Sea island of Sylt. There are also Condor flights with Laudamotion from Dusseldorf as well as selected routes from Frankfurt and Stuttgart.
The flights from Switzerland are bookable for the Economy Light fare as well as in Economy and Premium Class. The particularly favorable Economy Light tariff is suitable for passengers traveling only with hand luggage. In Economy Class, guests have an additional 20 kilograms of checked baggage and in Premium Class passengers can enjoy a free seat in the middle row and a premium menu including drinks on board. Laudamotion customers are cared for via Condor booked flights via the Condor Service Center. There, passengers can seek advice before, during and after their journey.
In addition to the marketing of the Laudamotion flights, Condor will also take on selected operational functions, such as the traffic control center or crew planning, as a service provider for Laudamotion.