Condor W16 Long-Haul Service Changes as of 18FEB16

Condor today has updated its planned winter 2016/17 long-haul operations, which sees additional new service being added from Munich. Planned service changes as of 18FEB16 as follow.

eff 30OCT16 Frankfurt – Seattle summer seasonal service converts to year-round operation, 2 weekly from 30OCT16
DE2032 FRA0920 – 1105SEA 76W 1
DE2032 FRA1025 – 1210SEA 76W 4

DE2033 SEA1440 – 1005+1FRA 76W 1
DE2033 SEA1415 – 0940+1FRA 76W 4

eff 07NOV16 Munich – Santo Domingo – San Jose Costa Rica 1 weekly
DE2188 MUC2145 – 0335+1SDQ0540+1 – 0630+1SJO 76W 1
DE2189 SJO0800 – 1250SDQ1540 – 0610+1MUC 76W 2

eff 12NOV16 Munich – Tobago – Barbados – Munich 1 weekly
DE2258 MUC1350 – 1905TAB2005 – 2055BGI2225 – 1305+1MUC 76W 6

New Routes introduced in summer 2016 will be extended into winter 2016/17, on/after 30OCT16:
Munich – Havana Increase from 1 to 3 weekly
Munich – Mombasa – Zanzibar – Munich 1 weekly, service operates in opposite direction in S16

Planned frequency increase based on comparison with winter 2015/16:
Frankfurt – Seychelles Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Munich – Cancun Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Munich – Mauritius Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Munich – Punta Cana Increase from 3 to 4 weekly

Other changes:
Frankfurt – Antigua – Punta Cana – Frankfurt 1 weekly service replacing Puerto Plata on inbound flight to Frankfurt
Frankfurt – Fort-de-France – Tobago – Frankfurt Combined operation for Fort-de-France and Tobago, 1 weekly
DE2268 FRA0925 – 1420FDF1515 – 1630TAB1825 – 0900+1FRA 76W 7

Frankfurt – St. Lucia – Barbados – Frankfurt 1 weekly service replacing Tobago on outbound flight (the other 1 weekly Frankfurt – Grenada – Barbados – Frankfurt remains unchanged)


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