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Condor to extend cooperation with AVIAREPS to Turkey

Condor to extend cooperation with AVIAREPS  to Turkey

Aviareps has been appointed by Condor, renowned German leisure carrier, as sales and marketing representative in Turkey. With this new collaboration both parties continue their successful partnership and focus to promote the attractive service range of Condor, but especially its long-haul flights to the Americas and the Caribbean Islands. The new membership of BSP (Billing Settlement Plan) enables the airline the ticket sales also for IATA travel agencies in Turkey. In all reservation systems travel agents can see the connectivity as well as Condor fares under the two letter code DE and ticket stock number 881.

In summer 2011 Condor offers 65 weekly nonstop services from two popular holiday destinations in Turkey to 13 airports in Germany: Frankfurt, Munich, Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Hanover, Hamburg, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Paderborn, Stuttgart, and Berlin-Schoenefeld. Scheduled flights from/to Antalya and Dalaman operate up to double daily. By using Lufthansa’s feeder flights between Istanbul and Frankfurt, passengers from Turkey can also benefit from Condor’s attractive long-haul network especially to the Caribbean Islands, North and South America. For these intercontinental services the airline customers enjoy a modern three class configuration while flying Boeing B767-330.

Founded in 1956, Condor today serves a total of 70 international destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America and carries more than six million passengers yearly. Thanks to the extensive partner network, Condor’s route network grows to 150 short-, medium- and long-haul destinations. The leisure carriers’ fleet consists of 34 aircraft. On intercontinental routes Condor operates nine Boeing B767-330 aircraft. Short distance services and regional routes are served with twelve Airbus A320-200 and 13 Boeing B757-300.