Condor has extended its Summer 2017 flight plan to offer additional flights from Germany to Malta (MLA). Starting on 26 April 2017, Germany’s most popular leisure airline will connect Frankfurt to the Mediterranean island every Wednesday and Sunday. Condor guests who want to explore the fascinating underwater world around Malta can take advantage of a special offer: Condor will transport diving equipment on flights from Frankfurt to Malta for free for all tickets purchased until 31 January 2017. This offer also applies to flights from Hamburg to Malta, which were already announced in June this year.
“We are glad that we can further expand our flight plan and offer this new service from Frankfurt to Malta”, says Paul Schwaiger, Commercial Director Continental Europe of Thomas Cook Group Airlines. “The island south of Sicily is a famous holiday destination with many touristic attractions – not only for divers. Overall, we offer four weekly flights from Hamburg and Frankfurt to Malta in Summer 2017.”
The warm Mediterranean climate and a range of beautiful beaches make Malta a famous holiday destination. Travelers can snorkel, swim and sunbathe in many little bays. At the same time, the unique architecture and the cultural abundance of Malta’s capital, Valletta – which is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site since 1980 – appeal to visitors. Another interesting fact to note: many places in Malta have been used as film sets for international productions like the famous American TV series “Game of Thrones”.
Besides Malta, Condor expanded its short- and medium-haul route network in Summer 2017, adding many fantastic destinations: The Portuguese Atlantic island Porto Santo (PXO); the Greek destinations Samos (SMI); Thessaloniki (SKG) and Volos (VOL); Comiso (CIY) in Sicily; the cities Larnaca (LCA) and Paphos (PFO) in Cyprus; Burgas (BOJ) in Bulgaria; as well as the Croatian destinations Split (SPU) and Dubrovnik (DBV). Seats on board of Condor aircraft can be booked online on www.condor.com, with your travel agent or via telephone at 0180/676 7767 (0.20 €/call from the German landline network, 0.60 €/call from mobile phone networks).