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13 August 2012 The renowned German leisure carrier Condor and General Sales Agent AVIAREPS announce their cooperation in the South African market. Both companies are already closely linked when it comes to representation services. For the launch of new flights between Frankfurt and Cape Town in November, the Johannesburg team of AVIAREPS has been appointed for the positioning of the leisure carrier in the market and being a local point of contact for all sales and reservations queries in South Africa. Starting on November 3rd, Condor offers nonstop flights from Frankfurt to Cape Town. Aircrafts depart on Tuesdays and Saturdays from Germany, whilst return flights from Cape Town are offered on Wednesdays and Sundays. Passengers benefit from convenient overnight connections. Frankfurt – Cape Town is scheduled from 22:05 – 10:50 +1 on Tuesdays and 20:40 – 09:25 + 1 on Saturdays. Cape Town – Frankfurt is served at 23:20 – 10:20 on Wednesdays and 18:55 – 05:55 on Sundays. From the perspective of South African travellers, Condor offers a comfortable option to travel to its German hub Frankfurt with good-value-for-money deals. Condor offers different classes for the comfort of its passengers on long-haul routes: Economy Class, Premium Economy and Comfort Class. Upon arrival in Frankfurt, customers may also benefit from Condor’s attractive network, especially to preferred leisure destinations in Turkey, Spain, Egypt and Greece. In addition, there is a vast choice of excellent feeder connectivities through Frankfurt to Europe with Condor’s partner airlines. All services are operated with a modern Boeing 767-300 and are already available for sale. Condor Flugdienst GmbH has been flying passengers on vacation to the loveliest destinations in the world since 1956. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Thomas Cook, one of the world’s leading tour operators. Each year, Condor flies more than six million passengers to about 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. The leisure airline’s fleet comprises 37 modern, eco-friendly aircrafts: twelve Airbus A320s, one Airbus A321, thirteen Boeing 757-300s and eleven Boeing 767-300s. All Boeing aircrafts are serviced by Condor Technik GmbH, while the Airbus fleet is serviced by Condor Berlin GmbH. Both these companies are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Condor Flugdienst GmbH. Source: Aviareps
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