Condor Airlines, Germany's popular, leisure airline, who has been serving the North American market since the 1970’s with seasonal summer service, has announced, non-stop Frankfurt route from Baltimore/Washington (BWI), operating three times per week on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday beginning on June 4th. Flight #DE2075 will depart Baltimore/Washington (BWI) at 7:25 p.m. and arrive in Frankfurt (FRA) at 9:30 a.m. (+1 day). Return flight #DE2074 departs Frankfurt (FRA) at 2:15 p.m. and arrives Baltimore/Washington (BWI) at 5:30 p.m. All flights to and from Frankfurt are operated on Boeing 767-300 equipment and feature three classes of service (Economy, Premium and Business). From its Frankfurt hub, Condor offers connecting service to more than 100 destinations throughout Europe via Condor and a network of airline and rail partners including Lufthansa, SKY Express and more.
"Due to the pandemic, travel to Europe from the U.S. was only accessible to a limited extent for the past two summers. As a result, we are seeing an increasing amount of pent-up demand from Americans who are now eager to visit Europe," said Mathias Friess, vice president and area manager, North America. “We are pleased to return to Baltimore/Washington to provide travelers from Maryland and the D.C. metro area with a more affordable way to get to Europe this summer. We also are thrilled to do our part in bringing more Germans to the nation’s capital, one of the top tourist destinations.”
In addition to a value-oriented Economy class product, Condor also offers Business Class and Premium Economy classes of service. As more leisure travelers are looking to splurge on their vacation after not traveling for so long, premium classes with fares that are up to 50 percent less than the legacy airlines are sure to be popular with travelers from the Baltimore/Washington area. Condor’s Business Class features lie-flat seats, a personal in-seat, premium touch-screen entertainment system, power ports at every seat and exquisite and delicious premium menus with complimentary non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. In addition, special menus for children as well as vegetarian, vegan and lactose or gluten-free meals are available. Business Class passengers also have access to priority check-in and lounge access. Premium Class features seats with added legroom, leg rests and adjustable headrests, a premium in-flight, in-seat entertainment system with an extended program, USB ports at every seat, premium meals and complimentary beverages.
“The return of this important international service from Condor is another distinct example of the continuing recovery in the travel sector,” said Ricky Smith, executive director of BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. “We look forward to working with Condor this summer to provide our shared customers with excellent customer service and highly competitive fares.”
For more information and to book flights visit: https://www.condor.com/us