Miami International Airport (MIA) is preparing to receive a new low-cost airport starting in May 2024. This time, the connection will be to Frankfurt, Germany, and will be provided by Condor Airlines, competing directly with Lufthansa. , another airliner of German origin, which already offers about 30 weekly flights on this route.
Condor Airlines will operate three weekly flights from MIA to Frankfurt using Airbus A330-900neo aircraft with a capacity of 310 passengers. Flights will depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, providing another option for travelers exploring Europe from Miami. This route will contribute to strengthening tourism between Florida and the European continent.
MIA’s CEO, Ralph Cuti, expressed satisfaction with the choice of his airport as Condor Airlines’ only destination in the state of Florida and its most recent route in the United States. This new service will provide passengers with a modern and luxurious onboard experience.
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Condor Airlines CEO Ralf Teckentrup highlighted the importance of this route in connecting Miami to Frankfurt, the heart of Europe, making it easier for travelers to explore Germany and other European destinations. This new connection strengthens Miami’s position as a major international transportation hub and promises an accessible and convenient travel experience for those wishing to explore Europe from the City of the Sun.