Condor Announces U.S. Expansion

Condor A330neo wearing green stripes departing

Condor has announced plans to launch a seasonal nonstop flight from Frankfurt Airport to San Antonio International Airport.

The route announcement has been labelled as a “spectacular win” for San Antonio, with it being the first time people from the region can fly to Europe nonstop.

It has also been determined that Germany is the most crucial European location for San Antonio, with the largest demand thanks to cultural, historical, tourism, military and business ties.

Frankfurt is very quickly emerging as a leading destination for business around the globe, and Condor will look into enhancing its presence with the launch of this service on May 17, 2024.

With our growing fleet of A330neos, we can provide better travel options to more Americans every year,” Teckentrup said. “I am particularly proud to offer the only nonstop connection from San Antonio, Texas to Frankfurt, Germany – the heart of Europe, where travelers can enjoy the popular touristic sights of Germany or travel beyond conveniently by air, road or rail. I invite everyone to try out our newest and most luxurious in-flight experience ever.

Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor

Condor will deploy its Airbus A330-900, part of the neo family, on the route, which sports their newly designed striped livery, which has indeed turned heads and is yet to have a formal verdict from most. However, the creativity is primarily applauded with Condor moving away from the Eurowhite design.

The A330-900 is configured with 30 seats in business, 64 in premium economy, and 216 in economy class, making it a vital part of Condor’s long-term plans. It is already being deployed on destinations around the globe.

Daniel Fowkes
22 Sep 2023
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  1. I wish to thank Condor for the excellent service we received on our flight from Frankfurt to Seattle on the 12th of September this month, and know your airline will have great results in adding San Antonio Texas to your routes.

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