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Condor and Emirates Activate Reciprocal Interline Agreement

Emirates and Condor have announced the launch of their reciprocal interline agreement. It will provide seamless connectivity for customers to 70 routes across Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, and the Middle East.

Emirates and Condor have announced the launch of their reciprocal interline agreement.

With a single-ticket fare and hassle-free baggage policy, travelers can enjoy convenient access to exciting destinations operated by Condor, including popular cities like Malaga, Ibiza, Cancun, and Havana. The interline agreement also allows Emirates Skywards members to earn and redeem miles on all Condor-operated flights.

Emirates passengers can now access new European and Caribbean destinations via Condor, with regional points available through Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and Munich. Additionally, Condor customers gain convenient access to Emirates-operated flights between Frankfurt and Dubai. They can also make onward connections to various destinations across Asia, Australasia, Africa, and the Middle East. Tickets are now on sale for immediate travel.

Extending Emirates Presence in Europe

This partnership expands Emirates’ presence in Europe. It offers more options and connectivity to popular destinations for both leisure and business travel. With 57 additional points in Germany, Emirates customers can now seamlessly reach over 1,500 cities across six continents through its network of codeshare and interline partners.

Emirates Skywards members can earn up to 1.25 miles per mile flown in Economy Premium Class, and up to 2.15 miles per mile flown in Business Class. They can redeem miles starting from 8,000 for one-way Economy Class tickets and 16,000 for one-way Business Class tickets on Condor flights.

Inside the Plane: Condor Airlines A330neo

Condor, Germany’s renowned leisure airline, has been transporting millions of passengers to beautiful holiday destinations since 1956. With a fleet of over 50 aircraft, Condor ensures the highest safety standards for its guests. The airline recently welcomed the first Airbus A330neo long-haul aircraft in Germany, demonstrating its commitment to modern technology and customer comfort.

Furthermore, Condor will receive 41 new short- and medium-haul aircraft from the A32Xneo family starting in 2024.

Learn more about earning and redeeming miles with Condor through Emirates Skywards.

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