Condor announced yesterday that it will be flying to Canada again this year. The reason for this is the opening up of people to vaccination in Canada.
Just in time to open Canada’s border to fully vaccinated people, Condor Vacation Airline is again offering flights to the North American country. Within hours, customers had received so many inquiries for flights to Canada that Condor decided to resume flights. From September 7, Condor will fly to Canada five times a week, As announced by the airline.
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As Canada will open its borders to fully vaccinated passengers from September 7, holiday airline Condor will also offer flights to the “real north” at the time the border opens. From 7 September, there will also be flights from Frankfurt to Toronto and Halifax five times a week.
It will travel to Toronto on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Halifax is “only” on Mondays and Thursdays. As always, the Boeing 767-300 will be most commonly used, after all, it is the only type of aircraft in the Condor fleet for long-haul flights. From Halifax, travelers can book a connection with WestJet, Condor’s partner in Canada. In this way a total of ten more goals can be achieved.
Our guests have had to wait a long time to be able to travel across the pond to North America again. It is now possible for fans in North America who are fully vaccinated. Within hours we received so many inquiries for Condor flights that we decided on short notice to offer five connections per week from Frankfurt to Canada from September.
Condor CEO Ralph Tekentrup
For example, Condor probably won’t be the only airline that will take advantage of the Canadian border opening. More flights from Europe are expected soon.
Conclusion on Condor Flights to Canada
As Canada will open its borders to fully vaccinated passengers from September 7, Condor will also be offering flights to Canada from September 7. There will be thrice a week to Toronto and twice a week to Halifax, from where travelers can book connecting flights across Canada with Condor’s partner WestJet. However, other airlines with increased flight offers to Canada will probably follow suit. It remains to be seen how it will develop.
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