KELSTERBACH, Germany, Dec. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Condor Airlines today announced it will start nonstop service between Seattle and Frankfurt, Germany with twice-weekly flights beginning June 23, 2011. The newly launched service will give business and leisure travelers alike in the Pacific Northwest the opportunity to travel to Europe in a three-class cabin onboard a B767 aircraft. The flights operating on Mondays and Thursdays to Frankfurt, Germany will offer convenient connections to many destinations in Europe either with Condor or one of their trusted airline partners.
"Condor is delighted to offer non-stop service from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. As a partner of Alaska Airlines, Condor will provide many connections options from the Pacific Northwest as well as the West Coast," said Janet Gorecki-Mackanin, Condor Sales and Marketing Manager, North America.
"We are excited to welcome Condor Airlines to Sea-Tac," said Mark Reis, managing director of Sea-Tac Airport. "The addition of this service is another testament to the continuing success of international carriers in our region. The business and leisure passenger will benefit from yet another choice out of Sea-Tac airport."
Condor's long-haul fleet consists of Boeing 767-300 ER with recently added winglets to aid in reduction of fuel consumption as well as noise emissions. Three classes of service are available with a configuration of 18 Comfort Class, 35 Premium Economy class and 217 Economy seats. Comfort Class seats have a seat pitch of 49" (125 cm) and Premium Economy of 37" (94cm). An additional benefit for travelers is that flights flown on Condor are eligible for mileage accrual in the Lufthansa Miles and More Program, which Condor participates in.
Fares start at *$359 each way and are available for immediate booking on Condor's website http://www.condor.com or at any travel agency.
The German airline, Condor Flugdienst GmbH, was established in 1956 and continues as one of the leading carriers to almost 70 destinations worldwide. Condor's fleet of 34 Aircraft includes Airbus 320, Boeing 757-300 and Boeing 767-300. Introducing Premium Economy Class service last year on 767 aircraft increased options for Condor's long-haul passengers. Parent company of Condor is the Thomas Cook Group Plc. For more information or reservations, visit http://www.condor.com
*Fares are one-way based on round-trip purchase and do not include additional taxes, fees or fuel surcharge. Restrictions apply, visit condor.com for full terms and conditions.
Condor Flugdienst GmbH
Tel.: +49 6107 939-7804
SOURCE Condor Flugdienst GmbH
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