QCOSTARICA – Flying to Germany from San Jose will soon be getting easier. German leisure carrier Condor Airlines, starting from November 6 will add a weekly flight from Munich to Barbados, Havana, Santo Domingo and San Jose for the winter 2016/17 season.
The flight is part of Condor’s expanded services to the Caribbean, bringing its number of destinations to 17.
“This is possible by adding three additional Boeing 767-300ERs to our fleet,” Condor chairman and CEO Thomas Cook Group Ralf Teckentrup said. The carrier will add a 767-300 in May, followed by two more in July.
Condor’s 767-300ER are configured with 30 business, 35 premium and 180 economy class seats, for a total capacity of 245.
Condor already offers cheap flights to Costa Rica from Germany and other European locations via Frankfurt, starting at 299 Euros one-way. See the Condor website for more details.
Nearly 400,000 Europeans entered the country by all ports, a growth of 6.1%. The majority, some 300,000 arrive by air.
The carrier transports around 7 million passengers to 75 destinations worldwide. Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group, operates nine Airbus A320s, seven A321s, 13 Boeing 757-300s and 13 767-300ERs.