Condor, a German leisure airline, will end its service in September to the only destination in Croatia this summer season - Split Airport. The Frankfurt - Split route has two flights scheduled in October, but the probability of their realization is quite small.
On June 12th, the company launched service to Split with three international routes, from Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Hannover, with two flights per week.
Before the outbreak of the pandemic, this leisure airline regularly flew from German airports to Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik Airport, but in this year's summer flight schedule, Condor flew only to Split Airport.
The company made its last flight on the Hannover - Split route on Sunday, August 30th, and there is no other scheduled flights in this year's summer flight schedule.
The Split - Dusseldorf route operated twice a week, on Fridays and Sundays, and the last flight on this route is scheduled for Sunday, September 13th.
In June, Condor first launched the Split - Frankfurt route, which is currently scheduled to operate throughout September. The company offers direct flights on this route every Friday and Sunday, until September 27th. A320 aircraft were used on all routes to Croatia, while the Frankfurt - Split route was an exception and occasionally larger aircraft operated on it (A321, B757).
On the route from Frankfurt, the company also sells two direct flights in October (October 11th and October 25th), but the probability that these flights will be canceled is high at this moment.
Condor has published its preliminary flight schedule for next summer’s season and it has announced service on those three mentioned routes to Split Airport in 2021. Service resumption to other airports in Croatia has not been announced yet.