Condor winter flight schedule 2023/24 now bookable

December 16, 2022 - With Condor to the world's most beautiful destinations: Germany's most popular leisure airline has released the longhaul flight schedule for the 2023/24 winter season. Condor will be taking off from Frankfurt to 19 long-haul destinations, including popular destinations in the USA and the Caribbean, as well as in Africa and the Indian Ocean.

The flight schedule includes the American metropolises of New York City, Los Angeles, and Seattle, as well as the Canadian city of Toronto. In addition, Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic for beach lovers and South Africa, Kenya, and Tanzania for Africa fans. The yearning destinations in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius, the Maldives, and the Seychelles, are also back in the program. Further destinations and frequencies are under consideration.

Travel with Condor can be booked with tour operators and at travel agencies, and flight tickets are available as usual at and by telephone.

Overview of Condor long-haul flights from Frankfurt, bookable now:

  • New York City - JFK (USA): Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

  • Seattle (USA): Monday, Thursday, Saturday

  • Los Angeles (USA): Thursday, Sunday

  • Toronto (Canada): Monday, Thursday, Saturday

  • Varadero (Cuba): Tuesday, Friday, Sunday

  • Holguín (Cuba): Wednesday, Sunday

  • Havana (Cuba): Monday, Thursday

  • Puerto Plata (Dom. Republic): Wednesday, Sunday

  • Punta Cana (Dom. Republic): Daily

  • Santo Domingo (Dom. Republic): Wednesday, Sunday

  • Cancún (Mexico): Daily

  • Montego Bay (Jamaica): Wednesday, Sunday

  • Cape Town (South Africa): Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

  • Johannesburg (South Africa): Monday, Friday

  • Mombasa (Kenya): Friday, Sunday

  • Zanzibar (Tanzania): Friday, Sunday

  • Mauritius (Indian Ocean): Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

  • Seychelles (Indian Ocean): Friday

  • Male (Maldives): Monday, Wednesday, Saturday

The 2023/24 winter schedule is valid from November 1, 2023, to April 30, 2024. Not all flights operate on a full-season basis.

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