Condor announces interline agreement with Mexicana
Monday 28, June 2010
Condor announced today they have entered into an interline agreement with Mexicana, increasing the number of destinations available to Condor’s guests while offering the largest number of vacation destinations to Latin America by a leisure carrier.
Condor Airlines today announced they have entered into an interline agreement with Mexicana, increasing the number of Latin American destinations offered to Condor’s guests. The German leisure carrier expands its network by 30 new destinations in Mexico, California, Guatemala and El Salvador through its cooperation with the Mexican airline, Mexicana. Via it’s Cancun and Las Vegas flights, Condor can now offer international connections to Los Angeles (USA), Guatemala (Guatemala) and San Salvador( El Salvador) as well as 25 domestic connections within Mexico.
“Condor extends its network to 150 worldwide destinations. In partnership with Mexicana we offer customers a simple booking option for flights to the loveliest corners of Mexico and a relaxed journey to exciting cities on the American continent, “ said Achim Lameyer, Vice President Single Seat Sales Condor. “ Besides flights to most of the Caribbean dream destinations, Condor now offers the highest number of vacation destinations in Latin America among leisure carriers.”
New Mexican destinations include Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Acapulco, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Colima, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallerta, Los Mochis, Culiacan, Mexicali, Tijuana, La Paz, Torreon, Chihuahua, Ciudad Victoria, San Luis Potosi, Tuxtla Gutierrez and Zacatecas.
The cooperation also increases the frequency of flights Condor offers to the Cuban capital of Havana to three, once it’s own weekly non-stop and twice weekly via Cancun.
Fares start at *399 Euro one-way from Mexico City or Puebla to Frankfurt and *449 Euro one-way from Monterrey and are available for immediate booking on Condor’s website www.condor.com or at any travel agency.
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