German Carrier Condor to Connect Kuala Lumpur with Frankfurt

The outward journey from Frankfurt is scheduled to take 12 hours and 20 minutes.

Photo: Condor


Three years after Malaysia Airlines stopped flying to Frankfurt, German leisure carrier Condor will reconnect the two cities on November 1 with a thrice-weekly nonstop service aboard two-class Boeing 767s.

The outward journey from Frankfurt is scheduled to take 12 hours and 20 minutes, compared to a flight time of just under 14 hours on the return leg.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the October/November 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Route Updates”).

Share this Article

Related Posts

Cathay Pacific Aims for One-Third of Pre-Covid Capacity by 2023

But it’s projected the carrier will take another two years to hit the levels seen before the pande...

AirAsia Adds Hong Kong Flights, Debuts Singapore–Sibu Route

December will see the launch of the airline’s third international route from Sarawak this year.

Thai AirAsia to Launch Chiang Mai–Taipei Route

It will follow the debut of two new passenger services from the city to holiday destinations in Viet...

Emirates Revamps Its Vegan Menus

More than 180 plant-based recipes were drawn from Chinese, Indian, Middle Eastern, and Western cuisi...

Bangkok Airways Now Accepts Qantas Points

This move expands on a codeshare agreement signed between the two airlines in 2014.

New Caledonia’s Aircalin Doubles Singapore Frequencies

Following a successful launch in July, flights between Changi and Nouméa have increased to four tim...