Condor picks up Pristina flights from Düsseldorf Airport
New flights from Düsseldorf airport
The German airline Condor is expanding its route network and from April 1, 2023 offers flights from Düsseldorf Airport to Pristina. The Kosovar capital thus becomes the latest Condor's latest destination in Southeast Europe. The flights should take place twice a week, every Tuesday and Saturday, and are carried out with an Airbus A320. The flight time is around two hours and 15 minutes.
The introduction of the new route follows the positive development of tourism in Kosovo in recent years. Pristina is discovered by more and more travelers as an attractive destination, not only because of his cultural and historical sights, but also because of his lively art scene and the growing culinary scene.
Connection from Düsseldorf to Pristina
Condor is convinced that Pristina is a promising goal for German vacationers and plans to open up further destinations in Southeast Europe. The CEO of Condor, Ralf Teckentrup, said: "With the recording of the new route to Pristina, we continue our commitment to expand our network of route and offer our customers even more opportunities to discover the most beautiful places in the world".
The airline is based on high demand for the new route and has already included flight tickets for the route from Düsseldorf to Pristina in its booking system. The prices start from 59 euros for a simple route, including taxes and fees.
The inclusion of the new route to Pristina is part of Condor's growth strategy, which aims to expand the route network and open up new destinations. With the introduction of flights to Pristina, Condor gives her customers another way to use the growth potential of tourism in Southeast Europe and explore the region.
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