The Condor airline will offer a total of 36 weekly flights between Palma and seven destinations in Germany during the autumn-winter season.
As detailed by the company on Monday in a statement, Condor will connect Palma with Düsseldorf, Hannover, Stuttgart, Leipzig, Munich, Hamburg and Frankfurt, the latter two with daily frequencies.
On the occasion of the presentation of the network of short, medium and long-haul routes for the winter season 2018-2019, they explained that Spain will continue to be supported and flights with Germany will be maintained throughout the year from the Balearic Islands, Jerez and Canary Islands.
Also, as news, the German company has indicated that it incorporates Curaçao and Kuala Lumpur into its route network; the latter with three weekly frequencies and connections from Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid and Valencia. It will be the only ‘non-stop’ flight between Germany and the Malaysian capital.
In addition, through the partnership with Malaysia Airlines, passengers will be able to connect with destinations in Asia and Oceania such as Melbourne and Sydney in Australia, Bali or Jakarta in Indonesia or Tokyo in Japan, among others.