What airlines does Condor partner with?

Reach more destinations with Condor's partner airlines

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Condor, based in Germany, is an airline known for affordable flights between the US and Europe. Although Condor doesn’t belong to an airline alliance, the carrier has partnered with a number of airlines to offer additional destinations and more convenient flights.

The interline agreements Condor has with its partners allow it to offer itineraries and destinations it otherwise could not. With these types of airline partnerships, passengers only need to check in before the first flight and don’t need to collect their checked baggage at the connection airport, even though they’re flying on different airlines.

Here’s the list of Condor airline partners and where they fly.


Reach more destinations with Condor's partner airlines

Air Belgium

Condor has partnered with Air Belgium to offer flights from Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ). Air Belgium flies A330-900s and A330-200s and is based in Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium.

Alaska Airlines

Members of Alaska Airlines’ Mileage Plan program earn miles for Condor flights. We’ve complied a short guide here.

Alaska Airlines also provides connecting flights to Condor’s US hubs, bookable as a single itinerary on Condor’s website.

Bulgaria Air

Condor passengers can fly from Stuttgart to the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Egypt, Italy, or Greece on Bulgaria Air, the national carrier of Bulgaria.


European Air Charter

Condor’s partnership with European Air Charter features service to Bulgaria from Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Erfurt, Frankfurt, Graz Airport, Hamburg, Hanover, Leipzig, Linz, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, and Vienna.


Beginning in summer 2023, Condor will add another airline partner: Croatia’s FlyAir41. This partnership allows passengers to fly from Düsseldorf (DUS) to Croatia (SPU, RJK), Greece (AOK, ATH, CHQ, HER, KGS, SMI, SUF), the Spanish mainland (AGP), the Canary Islands and Balearic Islands (ACE, FUE, LPA, PMI, TFS), Turkey (AYT) and Italy (OLB).

Heston Airlines

Passengers can fly on Condor’s partner Heston Airlines from Munich to Egypt, Greece, Italy, Croatia, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. Heston Airlines is based in Vilnius, Lithuania and flies A330s and A320s.


jetBlue provides connecting flights to Condor’s US hubs, bookable as a single itinerary on Condor’s website.



Lufthansa provides connecting flights for Condor within Germany and elsewhere in Europe. These flights are bookable as a single itinerary on Condor’s website.


Condor’s partnership with Marabu allows passengers to fly from Hamburg and Munich to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean area, Red Sea area, Canary Islands, and Portugal.

Sky express

In partnership with Sky express, Condor offers flights to popular destinations in Greece like Naxos, Paros and Mytilini. Connection / origin cities in Germany are Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Leipzig. Passengers connect in Greece via Athens, Rhodes, Corfu and Heraklion.


Condor offers flights via Malta’s Smartlynx from Frankfurt to the USA (New York City – JFK), Canada (Toronto – YYZ), the Dominican Republic (Punta Cana -PUJ), and Spain (Tenerife – TFS).



Condor has partnered with Sundair to offer service from Bremen, Dresden, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, Kassel-Calden, Nuremberg, Paderborn or Berlin-Tegel to Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Canary Islands beach and holiday destinations. Germany’s Sundair flies Airbus A320-214s and Airbus A319-111s.

The Takeaway

Just as it’s been upgrading its routes and quality of service, Condor has also been hard at work improving its routes by developing partnerships with other airlines. These strategic relationships allow Condor to offer additional flights and destinations to its customers, from Europe to the Canary Islands to the Dominican Republic and beyond.

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