German airline Condor announced today that it would continue to operate its regular flights to Madeira even though British Group Thomas Cook has declared bankruptcy. However, for legal reasons, the airline has said that it will not carry passengers who have already made reservations with tour operator Thomas Cook.
Condor CEO, Ralf Teckentrup, said the company has ‘over 60 years experience in charter flights and is one of the top companies rated by holidaymakers. The reason why customers choose Condor has to do with its varied travel routes and regular and competitively priced flights. He went on to say that the company ‘remains focused on what it does best: fly customers in a safe and timely way to their holiday destinations.’
Condor carries more than eight million passengers annually to over 100 worldwide destinations.
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