Condor, the leisure airline of Thomas Cook Group Airlines, in celebration of another year of flying direct from Greek destinations to eight German cities, recently hosted a special event for its partner travel agents in Greece.
Twenty-one Greek travel agents were invited to have “Dinner in the Sky”, as well as a very unique experience, right in the heart of Athens. An extraordinary culinary proposal, the “Dinner in the Sky” experience includes fine dining with an exceptional view, 50 meters over the city.
“Thomas Cook Group is constantly expanding its worldwide network of routes served by Condor and its partners”, the airline’s general sales agent (GSA) in Greece, Discover the World Greece & Cyprus, said in an announcement.
Condor Flugdienst GmbH has been flying passengers to the world’s most attractive destinations since 1956. Each year more than 7 million customers fly with Condor to around 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America.
Condor forms part of Thomas Cook Group Airlines, along with Thomas Cook Airlines Great Britain, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium. The Thomas Cook Group Airline’s fleet consists of 91 modern and environmentally-friendly airplanes, 42 of which form the Condor fleet: nine Airbus A320, seven Airbus A321, thirteen Boeing 757-300 and thirteen Boeing 767-300.
In a German test study of brand strength from a consumer viewpoint, carried out in August 2015, Condor received the Gold distinction of “Customer Favourite 2015”, giving the airline the title of one of the most popular brands in Germany.
In May 2015 the holiday carrier had already come top in a customer satisfaction survey, beating seven other airlines, and was voted “Most Popular Airline Among Germans.”