“With the additional long-haul destination, we offer our guests an even greater choice of direct connections to their vacations and strengthen our presence in North America,” said Ralf Teckentrup, CEO, Condor. “Many other destinations in Canada are also accessible via our cooperation partner WestJet.”

Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Tourism and Associate Minister of Finance, Government of Canada, added: “Edmonton International Airport is the gateway to the Prairies and the North. With this investment, local businesses and communities are now more accessible to partners and investors from Germany and around the globe. This direct connection to one of the world’s largest logistics hubs will encourage more visitors to come to Edmonton, provide Alberta businesses with new opportunities, and further cement Edmonton as an international destination for travel and commerce.”

The new addition brings Condor’s Canada service to a total of five destinations: Toronto, Vancouver, Whitehorse, Halifax and now Edmonton.

Condor’s airline partners in Frankfurt, Canada and around the world will enable Edmontonians and regional travellers to also connect to many popular European destinations.


For more information go to www.condor.com.

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