NEW ORLEANS – On May 17, 2018, the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) and Condor Airlines celebrated one year of service from New Orleans to Frankfurt, Germany. In 2017, Condor Airlines flew more than 16,000 people on 90 flights between MSY and Frankfurt International Airport (FRA). Seasonal service returned May 17, and will continue through Sept. 30, 2018 with twice-weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays.
Condor Airlines is celebrating its one-year anniversary in New Orleans with a special fare from MSY to FRA for $299.99 one way or $499.98 round trip available for booking May 17-20, 2018. Fares are subject to availability.
“I am thrilled to celebrate a successful first year of flights to Frankfurt. Condor Airlines provides an important connection for the people of New Orleans to Europe and vice versa. The City is excited to welcome the many new international visitors who will fly into New Orleans from Frankfurt as we celebrate our 300th anniversary,” said Mayor LaToya Cantrell.
The Frankfurt International Airport is a hub for Condor where passengers can seamlessly connect to more than 120 cities in the Eastern Hemisphere at exceptional rates through Condor’s extensive network of partner airlines. Flights on Thursdays will depart New Orleans at 6:25 p.m. and arrive in Frankfurt the next day at 11:10 a.m.; on Sundays, flights depart New Orleans at 6:05 p.m. and arrive Frankfurt the next day at 10:50 a.m. Returning flights will depart Frankfurt at noon on Thursdays and arrive in New Orleans at 4:05 p.m. the same day; on Sundays, the departure is at 12:20 p.m. with arrival in New Orleans at 4:25 p.m.
“We would like to thank Condor Airlines for their continued commitment to our market,” said Cheryl Teamer, New Orleans Aviation Board Chairwoman. “With this nonstop flight, Condor provides a much needed service for our community both for business and leisure travel to Germany and throughout Europe.”
“We are excited to join Condor in celebrating the first year of service to Germany. Condor is a valued airport and community partner, and we thank them for helping us to better serve our passengers at MSY,” said Kevin Dolliole, Director of Aviation for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
Condor provides a superior passenger experience onboard its 259-seat Boeing 767-300ER. Service is offered in three classes, business, premium, and economy. In each of its three classes of service, Condor provides complimentary checked baggage, beverages, meals, and in-flight entertainment for all passengers, and Condor now offers TSA Pre-Check for passengers departing from New Orleans, which provides more convenience. Business Class passengers have access to priority check-in, as well as reclining seats and a five-course meal onboard the flight. Premium Class features added legroom, leg rests, and adjustable headrests plus premium meals and more onboard the flight.
Condor passengers can earn and redeem miles in the Star Alliance Miles and More frequent flyer program and Alaska Airlines’ MileagePlan. Tickets are available at www.condor.com, in a travel agency or by phone at 1-866-960-7915 – free of charge.
Thomas Cook Group Airline, part of Thomas Cook Group, is one of Europe’s leading leisure airlines, operating from the three source markets Germany, UK and the Nordic countries. Under the brand Condor Flugdienst GmbH, the company has been flying its guests to the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world since 1956. With a fleet of 100 aircraft, the airline carries 18.5m customers per year to more than 130 destinations, generating revenues of £3.2bn. Its 8,500 employees put the customer at the heart of everything they do. The airline has received more than 60 awards in the past five years, showing the passion and customer focus of its colleagues around the world.
About Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is the primary commercial airport in the State of Louisiana serving over 80% of all passengers flying into the state. Armstrong International Airport is owned by the City of New Orleans. The New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB), an unattached board of the City of New Orleans, oversees the administration, operation, and maintenance of Armstrong International. The Airport has 16 airlines providing service to 54 non-stop destinations, including six international destinations. A new world-class terminal complex is currently being constructed. The new North Terminal will be complete by February 2019. For more information, please visit flymsy.com.