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Emirates and Condor establish a mutually beneficial interline agreement.

Emirates and Condor establish a mutually beneficial interline agreement.

With a single ticket price and hassle-free baggage policy, travelers will have increased connectivity to 70 routes operated by both airlines throughout Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, and the Middle East thanks to the announcement of the activation of their reciprocal interline agreement between Emirates and Condor. Additionally, a frequent flyer program agreement between the two airlines was reached, allowing Emirates Skywards members to accrue and use Miles on any flights operated by Condor.

At the Dubai Airshow, Jens Boyd, the director of Condor Commercial, and Adnan Kazim, the chief commercial officer of Emirates, inked the agreements. Passengers traveling on Emirates will now have effortless access to a variety of novel and fascinating destinations in Europe and the Caribbean offered by Condor, including as 24 regional points via Frankfurt, 12 regional points via Dusseldorf, 9 regional points via Hamburg, and 12 regional points via Munich. Customers of Emirates can travel to a number of major places, including Havana, Ibiza, Cancun, and Malaga, all of which only require a single ticket and easy baggage check-through to the destination.

Along with convenient additional access to Emirates-operated flights between Frankfurt and Dubai, the interline agreement will benefit Condor’s customers by granting them access to 12 additional points throughout Asia, Australasia, Africa, and the Middle East, including Male, Auckland, Bangkok, Mauritius, and Muscat.

Travel agencies can book itineraries on,, with Online Travel Agencies (OTAs), and all major GDSs. Tickets are now available for purchase for immediate departure.

Through its current four gateways in Germany, the new collaboration will increase Emirates’ presence in Europe by an additional 57 points, giving its customers more connectivity and options to popular business and leisure destinations in Europe and the Caribbean.

Since 1987, Emirates has provided service to Germany, and as of right now, it has 63 weekly flights to Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, and Munich. In order to satisfy consumer demand, the airline is constantly growing its global reach. It collaborates with key partners to provide passengers with convenient access to several locations outside of its own 144-destination network. With the addition of Condor, Emirates’ passengers may now effortlessly travel to more than 1,500 cities on six continents through its partner airline network, which now includes 30 codeshare and 121 interline partners.

Obtain and use Miles within the Condor network.

Members of Emirates Skywards can now accrue and use Miles on any flight offered by Condor. In Economy Class, members can accrue up to 1 Skywards Mile for every mile traveled; in Economy Premium Class, up to 1.25 Skywards Miles per mile flown; and in Business Class, up to 2.15 Skywards Miles per mile flown.

On flights operated by Condor, members can additionally redeem their Miles for a one-way Economy Class ticket starting at 8,000 Miles and a one-way Business Class ticket starting at 16,000 Miles.

Over 1.4 million German citizens and residents have signed up for Emirates Skywards, giving them access to special benefits including hotel stays, travel awards, upgrades, and experiences that are beyond price.

Source- Travel daily

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