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Emirates and German leisure airline Condor enter codeshare agreement partnership

Emirates announced it had entered into a codeshare agreement with German leisure carrier Condor. 

Emirates Deputy President and Chief Commercial Officer Adnan Kazim and Peter Gerber, CEO of Condor, signed the agreement at the IATA Annual General Meeting in Dubai.

The partnership is set to begin in October 2024, subject to government approvals. Coincidentally, Condor’s Berlin-Dubai route will also launch in the same month. 

Under the agreement, Emirates customers will have access to connections and expanded choices to connect on Condor-operated flights via Germany to leisure destinations like Majorca and the Canary Islands as well as international points in North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean.

Condor will be able to place its marketing code “DE” on Emirates-operated flights beyond Dubai, offering new travel options for its customers to destinations across the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent.

Emirates and Condor entered a reciprocal interline agreement In November 2023. The two carriers also signed a frequent flier program agreement enabling Emirates Skywards members to earn and redeem Miles on all Condor-operated flights. 

“We are pleased to further strengthen our partnership with Condor, one of the most popular leisure airlines in Germany, to offer their customers greater access and strong connection opportunities to unique destinations in our network, complemented by Emirates’ signature in-flight service and hospitality throughout their journey from Dubai,” Kazim said in a statement.

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