Viva Las Vegas: Condor flight DE2062 took off this morning from Frankfurt bound for Las Vegas. With this, Germany's most popular vacation airline is resuming connections to the American metropolis. From now on, Condor will fly to the largest city in the U.S. state of Nevada on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Travel with Condor can be booked with all German tour operators and in travel agencies, and flight tickets are available as usual at www.condor.com and by telephone.
"We feel a great pent-up demand for travel to the U.S. and Las Vegas has been one of the most popular destinations for our guests for years," said Ralf Teckentrup CEO of Condor. "The dazzling city offers varied entertainment and numerous attractions that are always worth a trip."
“Condor and LAS have a longstanding relationship and it is yet another sign of recovery that the distinctive Condor livery will once again be visible on our airfield,” said Chris Jones, Harry Reid International Airport Chief Marketing Officer. “German travelers have an affinity for Las Vegas, and after the nearly two-year hiatus, our airport and community are eager to welcome them back via nonstop flights.”
“Germany represents our largest source of international visitors from continental Europe, and we are excited to welcome Condor and its passengers back to Las Vegas,” said H. Fletch Brunelle, vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “Both first time visitors and seasoned travelers alike will experience a variety of new offerings, including three new resorts, a growing calendar of sporting events, and diverse entertainment and culinary options that only Vegas can offer.”
Las Vegas is one of a total of 16 destinations in North America that Condor will fly to nonstop beginning in summer 2022. This will give Condor the largest U.S. flight offering in recent years.