Condor’s inaugural scheduled flight from Hamburg welcomed at MIA
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Condor’s Airbus A320 bearing its yellow and grey livery was welcomed at Malta International Airport with the traditional water salute yesterday evening with its first, scheduled flight from Hamburg.
As well as operating biweekly flights on the Hamburg route, Condor will also be strengthening MIA’s connection with Frankfurt Airport with flights until October.
MIA said that this hub serves as Condor’s main base and is the point of departure of many of the leisure airline’s long-haul flights to a good number of destinations in Africa and the Americas.
Condor has been in operation since 1956 and is part of the Thomas Cook Group, one of the most well-known names in the travel industry. Operating a fleet of more than 40 aircraft, the airline flies around 7 million passengers annually to some 75 destinations.