Condor Recommences Flights to Maldives

PUBLISHED December 20, 2020 | updated December 20, 2020 01:24

Germany’s leisure airline, Condor has resumed scheduled flights to Maldives.  

The airline will be operating two weekly flights from Frankfurt to Velana International Airport on Mondays and Saturdays. Condor is the largest holiday carrier not only in Germany, but also in the world. Considering the size of the fleet and the number of passengers served, it is the third largest German airline. 

Protective measures during the flight 

On board all Condor flights, mouth-nose protection is mandatory for guests and the cabin crew. In addition, service and also boarding and disembarkation processes are adapted in accordance with the regulations. Customers are requested to use the online check-in. This ensures maximum protection during the entire journey. On site, guests are asked to behave prudently and in accordance with hygiene regulations throughout their stay and to take into account the entry requirements of the respective destination and the regulations on their return to Germany. 

Germany has been recognized as one of the top markets for tourist arrivals to the country since border reopened on July 15. Arrivals are expected to increase much more during this winter holiday season with new flights scheduled for operation.  

On Saturday, Maldives recorded the highest number of tourist arrivals on a single-day with 4,567 entries. On the new achievement, Tourism Minister Abdulla Mausoom expressed his heartfelt thanks to the industry and al related persons for their support and involvement.  


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