Condor and Germania are entering into a cooperation and will begin joint selling of their flights with immediate effect. Flight tickets can be booked on the websites of either airline, as the websites are linked together through the booking process. The holiday airlines are offering supplementary short haul and medium haul connections from their partner on their respective platforms. The pricing will still be set independently by each airline.
“We are pleased to be able to offer our passengers an extended portfolio of routes and further booking options through this cooperation,” says Ralf Teckentrup, Chairman of the Board of Condor Flugdienst GmbH. “Germania and Condor can consolidate their strengths and expand the route network and selection for our customers with countless opportunities, as soon as the cooperation begins.”
“As established holiday airlines, Condor and Germania are united in their understanding of what makes a good flight,” said Karsten Balke, CEO of Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, announcing the cooperation. “As well as supplementary route networks, this cooperation is also supported mainly by a similar standard of service, reliability and consistency, which have been the focus of the two well established companies for decades.”
Visitors to the Condor website can now additionally choose from 187 flights to 54 destinations. With 24 new destinations and 150 new routes flygermania.com will also expand its range of flight connections. Above all, the new destinations, such as Sardinia, Southern Italy and Porto Santo, provide an exciting addition to the Germania route network. Germania’s routes to Beirut, Tel Aviv and Malaga complement the flights offered on the Condor website.
As well as supplementary destinations, another advantage for passengers is a more flexible selection of domestic German airports. While Condor is stationed at the nine major airports of Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Cologne/Bonn, Hannover, Leipzig and Berlin Schönefeld, Germania also operates from airports such as Bremen, Münster/Osnabrück, Dresden and Nuremburg. If a passenger wants to fly to the new destination of Paphos, the Capital of Culture 2017, he or she can book this on the Condor website with Frankfurt (Condor) as the departure airport, or from the Germania-airports Dresden, Hamburg, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Munich, Stuttgart and Nuremburg. In total, the two airlines transport more than ten million passengers per year to great holiday destinations.