Just in time for the opening of the Canadian border and to experience Indian Summer: today the first Condor flight will take off again from Frankfurt bound for Toronto in the Canadian province of Ontario after a month-long pause. Connections to Halifax in Nova Scotia will also resume this week. This marks the return of a popular travel destination to the flight schedule of Germany's most popular leisure airline. Condor flies from Frankfurt three times a week to Toronto and twice a week to Halifax. Travel can be booked with all German tour operators and at travel agencies. Flight tickets are available as usual at <link https: www.condor.com eu external-link-new-window external link in new>www.condor.com and by telephone.
"Our guests have had to wait a long time to be able to travel across the big pond to North America again. Now Canada has invited all North America fans who are fully immunized to join them again and we are pleased to offer five connections per week from Frankfurt to Canada," said Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.
"We are very pleased that Condor is offering attractive destinations in Canada again as of today after a long break. The relaunched weekly connections to Halifax and the metropolis of Toronto are not only a positive signal for Frankfurt Airport and the entire region, they also underline Condor's important role at Germany's central air traffic hub. This is a tradition for us, as Condor has been connecting Frankfurt with destinations around the globe for more than 60 years. We wish Condor "Always Happy Landings" at Frankfurt Airport on its new routes" said "Dr. Pierre Dominique Prümm, Executive Board Member Aviation and Infrastructure, Fraport AG"
Canada opens its borders today to fully vaccinated travelers from Europe. Toronto and Halifax are ideal starting points for round trips to experience the famous Indian Summer. From there, guests can also reach ten other destinations in Canada with Condor partner WestJet. The best time to travel for the colorful natural spectacle is September and October.