The German leisure company, Condor, announces the re-establishment of international regular routes from a number of German cities to well-known tourist destinations across Europe, including Split in Croatia.
Before the outbreak of the pandemic, this German airline regularly, seasonally, flew from German airports to Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, but in the current summer flight schedule, the routes have not yet started operating.
In its last announcement, the company announced the resumption of operations, and the first line to Croatia will be introduced from the end of June.
From June 26, Condor will fly on two routes to Split:
Frankfurt - Split, from June 26th, twice a week (Fridays and Sundays),
Dusseldorf - Split, from June 26th, twice a week (Fridays and Sundays).
In addition to these two direct routes, the company, in cooperation with Lufthansa, also offers flights to Hamburg and Munich with short transfers. The mentioned routes will be operated by A320 aircraft, with a capacity of 180 seats.
Tickets are already on sale on the airline's official website. Split will thus be connected to Dusseldorf 3 times a week, considering that Eurowings, as we announced earlier, will fly between these two cities from June 20.
The airline has not yet confirmed the flight resumption from German cities to Zadar, Rijeka and Dubrovnik.