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Flight of the Condor – this time for parcels

[ February 25, 2021   //   ]

German holiday airline Condor is to fly four of its Boeing 767s in cargo configuration between its Leipzig hub to Shannon, Ireland, Milan-Malpensa in Italy, and Cologne, Germany. The flights would also be available to transport Covid-19 vaccines. The partnership will initially extend until the end of May. 

Since April of last year, Condor has devoted an increasing number of flights to cargo, transporting primarily PPE and e-commerce goods, converting a portion of its 767 fleet to pure cargo aircraft.

Condor has also trained and deployed a team of cargo supervisors.

It is still operating passenger flights to the Canary Islands, Egypt, Cuba, the Maldives and the Dominican Republic.