In winter 2016/17, leisure airline Condor will begin flying to Fort-de-France, the capital of the Caribbean island Martinique. Non-stop service to the new destination is scheduled to begin on 6 November and will depart from Frankfurt every Sunday. With the new flight connection to the French overseas department, Condor expands its route network to a total of 17 holiday destinations in the Caribbean.
In the port city of Fort-de-France, Condor passengers can experience the unique blend of French flair and Caribbean lifestyle, including the Martinique speciality rhum agricole (cane juice rum). Surrounding Fort-de-France, dream beaches and regions of unspoiled nature await discovery, and the well-developed road system invites you to explore the island’s highlights by rental car. Martinique – as well as neighbouring Guadeloupe – belongs to France, and is thus a full member of the European Union. This offers unique advantages for European tourists, such as paying in euro.
During the winter season, affordable flights Frankfurt to Fort-de-France are available with one-way all-inclusive fares starting at EUR 369.99 in Economy Class, EUR 499.99 Euro in Premium Class and EUR 999.99 in Business Class. Flights can be booked online now at www.condor.com, at a travel agency or by telephone 01806/767767 (€0.20/call from German landline phones, mobile networks max. €0.60/call). If required, feeder flights to Frankfurt can be easily booked as well.
Since 1956, Condor Flugdienst GmbH has been flying its guests to the best holiday destinations worldwide. Every year, over 7 million customers fly with Condor to around 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. As part of the Thomas Cook Group, Condor, along with the airlines Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium form the Thomas Cook Group Airlines. The fleet belonging to the airlines for the Thomas Cook Group consists of 91 modern and environmentally friendly planes, 42 of which are part of the Condor fleet: 9 Airbus A320s, 7 Airbus A321s, 13 Boeing 757-300s and 13 Boeing 767-300s. The planes are maintained by the airline’s own technical workshop. In a German test study on brand strength from the customers’ point of view in August 2015, Condor received the award for “customer favourite 2015” in gold. It is safe to say, therefore, that Condor is amongst the most popular brands in Germany. In May 2015, holiday travelers chose Condor over 7 other airlines in a customer satisfaction survey, voting it “Germany’s favourite airline”.