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Germany pledges €550M lifeline to ailing Condor

Condor, a former subsidiary of the bankrupt Thomas Cook group, says the German government has pledged to give it another €294 million loan to keep it afloat. The governmental aid comes after the carrier found itself in trouble for the second time in half a year “through no fault of its own”, in Condor CEO’s words....


Clement Charpentreau

Germany considers Condor nationalization after Polish sale fails

The German government could be on the verge of nationalizing the Condor, a former subsidiary of the late Thomas Cook group. The airline was initially supposed to be acquired by the owner of LOT Polish Airlines, but the agreement reportedly fell through....


Clement Charpentreau

Thomas Cook: Condor taken over by LOT Polish airlines

The Polish airline LOT has demonstrated its ambition of joining Europe’s big aviation groups league by announcing its intention to acquire Condor, the former subsidiary of the bankrupt tour operator Thomas Cook. Following the collapse of its parent company in September 2019, the German leisure airline managed to maintain its flights up until now thanks to a public loan....


Rytis Beresnevicius

Condor confirms new routes from Berlin-Schönefeld

Condor, the German leisure airline and a former subsidiary of Thomas Cook, announced new routes from Berlin's Schönefeld Airport (SXF) to popular leisure destinations in Europe, citing commitment from tour operators:...


Rytis Beresnevicius

European Commission approves €380 million loan to Condor

A crucial loan to secure the former Thomas Cook subsidiary, Condor future has been approved by the European Commission. However, the EC has laid out some ground rules in order to keep fair competition intact:  ...


Clement Charpentreau

Condor to fly despite Thomas Cook bankruptcy

The German airline Condor, a subsidiary of the bankrupt British tour operator Thomas Cook, obtained a state loan guaranteed by the German state of €380 million which will allow it to continue to fly....


AeroTime Team

Eurowings, Condor, TUI woo Germania passengers with 50% offers

After bankrupt German airline Germania suspended all flights on February 5, 2019, operators Lufthansa (through Eurowings), Condor and TUI Group are now halving their ticket prices in a fight over stranded passengers....


Zivile Zalagenaite

Air Berlin Aviation AOC boosts Thomas Cook ambitions in Germany

Thomas Cook Group Airlines announced on February 8, 2018, that it has increased the capacity for the summer of 2018 by 10%. The company claims the acquisition of Air Berlin assets and Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics has helped to achieve the goal of capacity growth in its key markets of Germany and the UK in recent months....