Airlines New cooperation of Condor and Air Europa
Condor and Thomas Cook Airline UK offer 14 new destinations on the Spanish mainland as well as air links between the Balearic Islands and the Canaries.
The interline agreement the airlines have signed opens up new destination possibilities for the airlines and the travel supplier Thomas Cook.
With the cooperation, the Thomas Cook Group Airline extends its offer of holiday destinations on the Spanish mainland and strengthens its route network.
“In addition, through our cooperation with Air Europa, our guests can take advantage of new air links between the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands. If, for example, a direct flight to Lanzarote is no longer available, a connecting flight in Las Palmas will still allow the selected destination to be booked on the desired date ", says Christoph Debus, Chief Airlines Officer of Thomas Cook Group Airline.
Thomas Cook now offers connecting flights via Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Las Palmas to, for example, Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela or Sevilla.
Thomas Cook GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Thomas Cook Group plc, which has been listed on the London Stock Exchange since June 19, 2007. The company pools the tourism activities of the Group in Continental Europe and holds all shares in the leisure airline Condor.