September 6, 2023 - Hello Sunshine State: Starting in summer 2024, Condor will fly to Miami in the U.S. state Florida. Connections to Calgary in the Canadian province Alberta will also be resumed. Furthermore, additional nonstop flights to Boston and Halifax on the East Coast are also part of the summer flight schedule. With that, Germany's most popular leisure airline is once again expanding its North America program. Between May and September 2024, there will be three non-stop flights a week from Frankfurt to Miami International Airport and two flights a week to Calgary International Airport.
Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor: "North America is particularly popular with travelers, which is why we are happy to provide our guests with even more flight options. In summer 2024 we will be offering additional destinations as well as more connections to the most popular destinations in North America. New to the flight schedule is Miami in Florida, and Calgary in Canada returns to the route network as an ideal starting point for round trips."
Miami in the Sunshine State Florida is best known for the beach of the same name, with skyscrapers in the background. It is also the starting point for tours through the tropical marshlands of the Everglades as well as to the Florida Keys. The islands at the southernmost end of the U.S. state are connected by bridges to Key West, the southernmost point in the United States.
For many travelers, Calgary is the starting or ending point of round trips through Canada's most famous national parks, Jasper and Banff. The Rocky Mountains, running through the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, are one of many highlights. One of the most popular routes is from Vancouver to Calgary or Edmonton. Condor flies to all three destinations several times a week. Calgary is also the headquarters of Condor's partner airline Westjet, so numerous other destinations are optimally connected.
In addition to the addition of Miami and Calgary, flight frequencies to two existing destinations will be increased in the summer of 2024. The American metropolis Boston will be served six times a week and the Canadian city of Halifax four times a week.