German holiday airline Condor (DE) has resumed flights to two destinations in Africa, with a third to follow on Oct. 4.
The airline announced on Sept. 30 that it is resuming flights to the East African coast of Zanzibar in Tanzania and Mombasa Kenya with the first flight to the East African coast departing on the night of Sept. 30.
Operated with the Boeing 767-300 aircraft, flight 2282 departed Frankfurt (FRA) for Zanzibar (ZNZ) before continuing to the Kenyan coast of Mombasa (MBA). The German carrier will serve a 2X-weekly flight on this line operating on Fridays and Sundays.
From Oct. 4, the airline will resume Frankfurt-Cape Town (CPT) on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays as part of its winter schedule. The three destinations were last flown to in early 2020.
Condor has also restarted operations to destinations in the Indian Ocean, with Seychelles (SEZ) being operated on every Friday, and Malé, Maldives (MLE) being operated every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday with their winter schedule.
The Frankfurt (FRA) – Seychelles (SEZ) route is operated by Condor’s B767-300 fleet, and the Frankfurt (FRA) – Malé (MLE) flights is being operated by the Airbus A330-200 which Condor has in it’s fleet.
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