Condor will once again fly between Germany and Maldives come December.
One of the most popular leisure airlines from Germany, Condor is set to recommence travel to Maldives from December 18 onwards.
The airline had operated to the Maldives before the COVID-19 lockdown, and the recommenced operations would see the airline operate two flights between Frankfurt, Germany and Male’ City, Maldives every week. The flights are scheduled for every Wednesday and Sunday.
Germany is a notable inclusion as a tourism source market of Maldives and Condor will very much be welcome in Maldives as the top premier travel destination looks to resurge following the COVID-19 economic impact.
While the resurge of tourists from Germany has been slow, it is a common name among the top ten source markets traditionally. So far, since reopening borders on July 15, the Maldives has seen a total of 3,523 tourists from Germany.
Maldives has recorded just 450,411 tourists in 2020 with more than 72,000 tourists since reopening its borders.