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Condor to fly Antalya all year round

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

German leisure carrier Condor is expanding its short- and medium-haul programme. The German holiday airline now flies to Palma de Mallorca and Antalya all year round.

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A total of seven German departure airports - Dusseldorf (DUS), Frankfurt am Main (FRA), Hamburg (HAM), Hanover (HAJ), Leipzig / Halle (LEJ), Munich (MUC) and Stuttgart (STR) - provide 230 weekly departures a pleasant and short journey.

"It's nice to see that demand for Antalya has risen again and Palma de Mallorca is a popular destination. Therefore, we are very pleased to enable our passengers to fly there even in winter, " said Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.

Early bookers benefit from particularly favorable prices and can already look forward to nice days in the pleasant climate. All Condor flights can be booked online at www.condor.com, by calling +49 (0) 1806/767767 (€ 0.20 / call from the German landline network, mobile phone up to € 0.60 / call) or at the travel agency.

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