News

The expansion in North America continues: With Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Condor is now flying to 16 destinations in North America

Flights to the new Condor destination, Pittsburgh (PIT), Pennsylvania in the USA are now available for booking. The leisure airline’s first flight to Pittsburgh will take off from its home base in Frankfurt am Main in June 23, 2017.

“In addition to our flights to San Diego and New Orleans, we are delighted to launch our new service to Pittsburgh to further complement our North America program”, says Jens Boyd, Group Head of Long-Haul at Condor. “In summer 2017, passengers will be able to choose from a total of 39 destinations from Condor’s growing long-haul flight schedule from our departure airports in Frankfurt and Munich.”

Starting in summer 2017, Condor will depart from Frankfurt to Pittsburgh on Mondays and Fridays. “Steel City” is one of the many bynames of the largest city in the industrial region of the Appalachian Mountains. In the 19th century, the city grew to become the most important location of the US steel industry. Over the past decades, Pittsburgh has been transformed into a modern city and offers numerous attractions ideally suited for leisure activities. The city, which is located in Pennsylvania, in the northeast of the United States, is also known as the “City of Bridges”. With a total of 446 bridges, Pittsburgh offers more river and street crossings than Venice, Italy. Of particular interest is also the wonderful Pittsburgh Zoo, home to over 4,000 animals, which also includes a large aquarium with penguins, sharks and rays.

Pittsburgh is a perfect departure point for round trips through the US or Canada. Condor‘s next summer flight schedule will offer a total of 16 destinations in North America with non-stop service from Frankfurt, and partly also from Munich.

“Additional service into Europe has been a top priority for Pittsburgh International Airport and the community. We are extremely excited to welcome Condor to our growing market. The airline’s wide-body aircraft and on-board product will be a great addition for the many travelers to Europe who use Pittsburgh International Airport,” Pittsburgh International Airport CEO Christina Cassotis said.

Low-fare tickets from Frankfurt to Pittsburgh are offered from a one-way ticket price (including all taxes, etc.) of € 349.99 in economy class, € 499.99 in premium class and € 749.99 in business class. Tickets can now be booked online at www.condor.com, through travel agents or by calling 01806/767767 (€ 0.20 per call from landlines in Germany or max. € 0.60 per call from mobile phone networks in Germany).

Condor flights from Frankfurt to Pittsburgh during the summer season 2017 at a glance:

Operating dayMonday, Friday
AircraftBoeing 767-300ER with Economy Class, Premium
Class, Business Class
Departure time outbound (local time)

Monday: DE2098, 5:35pm – 8:40pm

Friday: DE2098, 2:25pm – 5:30pm

Departure time inbound (local time)

Monday: DE2099, 10:50pm – 12:50pm+1

Friday: DE2099, 7:30pm – 9:30am+1

Ticket prices from (one-way, incl. taxes and fees)

From € 349,99 in Economy Class

From € 499,99 in Premium Class

From € 749,99 in Business Class
Flight time (average)

Outbound: 9 hours 5 minutes

Inbound: 8 hours

Condor flights to North America during the summer season 2017 at a glance:

OriginDestinationDays flown in summer 2017
Frankfurt

Anchorage

Austin

Baltimore

Calgary

Fairbanks

Halifax

Las Vegas

Minneapolis

New Orleans

Pittsburgh

Portland

San Diego

Seattle

Toronto

Vancouver

Whitehorse

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday

Monday, Thursday

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday

Thursday

Wednesday, Thursday , Saturday

Monday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Wednesday, Sunday

Monday, Friday

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

Monday, Thursday, Saturday

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Sunday

Munich

Halifax

Las Vegas

Seattle

Tuesday

Wednesday, Saturday

Wednesday, Saturday

Google +

YouTube

Flickr

Pinterest

  • Follow us