Urgent .. Announcement of great advantages for Emirates Airlines customers
Emirates Airlines and Condor have announced the activation of the interline agreement that was reached between them. This arrangement will boost passenger connectivity to 70 destinations operated by the two airlines in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. Customers will be able to fly to all of these locations with only one ticket and take advantage of a simplified baggage policy. The two airlines also came to an agreement about their respective frequent flyer programs, making it possible for members of Emirates Skywards to earn and redeem miles on flights that were operated by Condor.
At the Dubai Air Show, the Chief Commercial Officer of Emirates Airlines, Adnan Kazim, and the Commercial Director of Condor, Jens Boyd, signed the two separate agreements on behalf of their respective companies.
Since yesterday, travelers flying on Emirates Airlines will have easy access to additional destinations in Europe and the Caribbean that are serviced by Condor. These new destinations include 24 regional points via Frankfurt, 12 regional points via Dusseldorf, nine regional points via Hamburg, and 12 regional points via Munich. Customers of Emirates Airlines can visit a variety of destinations, including some of the most well-known cities in the world, such as Malaga, Cancun, Grenada, Havana, and Ibiza, all on a single ticket and with convenient baggage check-in at their ultimate destination.
Customers of Condor will also have convenient access to flights that are operated by Emirates Airlines between Frankfurt and Dubai, and via those flights, they will have access to 12 additional destinations in Asia, Australia, Africa, and the Middle East. Some of these destinations include Auckland, Bangkok, Male, Muscat, and Mauritius.
Through its four existing gateways in Germany, the new agreement enhances Emirates Airlines' presence in Europe by an additional 57 points. This provides more alternatives and connections for the carrier's customers to major European destinations for both business and leisure travel.
The year 1987 marked the beginning of Emirates Airlines' service to Germany, and the airline today has 63 weekly flights to Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, and Munich. The carrier is continually working to improve its global operations and collaborate with strategic partners to offer its customers smooth access to numerous points outside of its own network, which presently encompasses 144 locations.