Fly With Condor Airlines
Getting to know Condor
Condor Flugdienst is a German airline operating scheduled flights to more than 75 global leisure destinations in the Mediterranean, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and the Caribbean. It is Germany’s third largest airline based on passenger numbers and fleet size.
Condor has been around since 1955, establishing itself as one of Europe’s most affordable leisure carriers. It forms part of the British Thomas Cooke Group and also occasionally partners with fellow German airline, Lufthansa.Book cheap Condor Airlines flights with Travelstart today!
Why fly with Condor Airlines
- Condor recently started refurbishing its entire fleet, fitting all cabins with brand new seats and entertainment systems. Helps to know that there isn’t a decades-long build-up of germs and icky-ness, doesn’t it!
- Condor’s ticket prices are generally rather affordable and mostly slightly cheaper than their closest competitors!
- If you want to jet off somewhere exotic, chances are good Condor has a flight going there. The airline’s list of destinations reads like a bucket list straight from your wildest dreams!
Free baggage allowance will depend on which zone your flight falls in and which cabin class you’re on. Here’s a basic breakdown:Zone 1 & 2 (Europe, North Africa, Balearic Islands and Canary Islands)
Economy Class Light: No free baggage
Economy Class Classic: Passengers are allowed to check 20kg of luggage free of charge.
Premium Class: Passengers are allowed to check 25kg of luggage free of charge.Zone 3 & 4 (East Africa, Southern Africa, UAE, Asia, Central & South America & Indian Ocean)
Economy Class: Passengers are allowed to check 20kg of luggage free of charge.
Premium Class: Passengers are allowed to check 25kg of luggage free of charge.
Business Class: Passengers are allowed to check 30kg of luggage free of charge.Brazil (Also Zone 3, but with different rules)
All classes: Passengers are allowed to check 2 pieces of luggage weighing up to 32kg each free of charge.Zone 5 (USA, Canada & Puerto Rico)
Economy Class: Passengers are allowed to check 1 piece of luggage weighing up to 23kg free of charge.
Premium Class: Passengers are allowed to check 1 piece of luggage weighing up to 32kg each free of charge
Business Class: Passengers are allowed to check 2 pieces of luggage weighing up to 32kg each free of charge.
You can either check in online or at the Condor desk at the airport.
If you’re checking in at the airport, it is recommended that you arrive at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure time of your flight.
Online check in opens 24 hours and closes 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure time of your flight. You can either print out your boarding pass or receive it electronically.
All passengers, including children and infants, are to be in possession of their identification documents, a passport if flying abroad as well as any visas required for further travel. Should you not have the relevant travel documents, the airline does reserve the right to deny you boarding.
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