Germany's most popular leisure airline expands destination portfolio for vacations with family and friends in the world's oldest Christian country
First destination in the Caucasus: Condor will be the only German airline to offer direct flights to the Armenian capital Yerevan from July 30, 2021. Every Friday, Condor will fly to the metropolis and largest city in the country from Frankfurt with a night flight. In addition to the impressive nature and the world cultural heritage sites of the early Christian monasteries, the country offers a millennia-old and special wine culture. Tickets can be booked now from 199.99 euros per person and route at www.condor.com, in travel agencies and with various tour operators.
"With the launch of direct flights to Yerevan before the end of this year, Condor is consistently continuing its strategy of offering vacations with family and friends away from the major established beach destinations. Especially against the background of the experiences from the pandemic, direct flights are particularly popular with our customers," said Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor. "But also, those who want to experience the overwhelming nature of the Caucasus, the historical sites of the country or even just the hospitality in Yerevan after the lockdown, can now comfortably reach their destination without changing flights."
From the beginning of July, Condor will also be flying from Düsseldorf to the Lebanese capital Beirut and to Sulaimaniyya in the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan in Iraq, thus also offering direct flights there for vacations with the family.