Emirates' passengers can access European and Caribbean destinations via Germany on a single ticket
Dubai-based Emirates and German airline Condor have announced the activation of a reciprocal interline agreement that will boost connectivity for customers to 70 routes operated by both airlines across Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia and the Middle East.
The two carriers also signed a frequent flyer programme agreement enabling Emirates Skywards members to earn and redeem miles on all Condor-operated flights.
Emirates passengers will enjoy seamless access to new European and Caribbean destinations operated by Condor, including 24 regional points via Frankfurt, 12 regional points via Dusseldorf, nine regional points via Hamburg and 12 regional points via Munich.
Some of the most popular indirect city routes flying via Germany now available to Emirates’ customers include Malaga and Ibiza in Spain, Cancun in Mexico and Havana in Cuba, all with a single ticket and convenient baggage check-through to the final destination.
The interline agreement will also provide Condor’s customers convenient additional access to Emirates-operated flights between Frankfurt and Dubai, as well as beyond Dubai to 12 points across Asia, Australasia, Africa and the Middle East, including Auckland, Bangkok, Male, Muscat and Mauritius, among others.
The new partnership will expand Emirates’ footprint in Europe by an additional 57 points via its existing four gateways in Germany, providing more options and connectivity for the airline’s customers to popular destinations in Europe and the Caribbean.
Emirates has been serving Germany since 1987 and currently operates 63 weekly flights to Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dusseldorf and Munich.
With the addition of Condor boosting its partner-airlines network to 30 codeshare and 121 interline partners, Emirates’ customers can reach more than 1,500 cities across six continents.