Discover the world with Thomas Cook Group Airline: Opening up the door to unknown horizons with new destinations and new partner airlines. Discover the Australian Outback with Condor or fly to India with Thomas Cook Airline – a new cooperation with Malaysia Airlines and Air India make it possible
Thomas Cook Group Airline can now take customers to more than 130 destinations across Europe, America, Africa and Asia. As a result of partnerships with around 50 partner airlines, this number increases to over 420 destinations worldwide, thanks to agreements that enable airline tickets of other airlines to be accepted. This provides our customers with convenience when travelling including a coordinated transfer connection, luggage already checked in and lower ticket prices.
Condor recently added the non-stop connection to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) in Malaysia to its flight program for Winter 18. The new route is now complemented by a cooperation with Malaysia Airlines that enables Condor passengers to have access to a wide range of services and to dozens of destinations. This includes Auckland (AKL) in New Zealand, Melbourne (MEL) and Sydney (SYD) in Australia, Penang (PEN) in Malaysia, Singapore (SIN), Phuket (HKT) in Thailand, Manila (MNL) in the Philippines and Denpasar (DPS) in Bali. Passengers can reach Denpasar in Bali from Frankfurt in less than 18 hours. Singapore and Penang in Malaysia can also be reached in less than 16 hours.
“We are very pleased about the new partnership with Malaysia Airlines. This cooperation means we can expand our offer by 40 new flight connections in 15 different countries. With Malaysia Airlines we have found a strong partner at Kuala Lumpur Airport who can fly our passengers to many new destinations in Asia and Oceania,” says Christoph Debus, Chief Airlines Officer Thomas Cook Group plc.
When it is winter in Germany, passengers can flee to the Australian summer in approximately 23 hours for less than 1,000.00 Euro in economy class (round trip).
In addition to the new airline partnerships, Condor customers also benefit from existing airline co-operations such as Alaska Airlines. Via the Condor Destination Anchorage in Alaska, the agreement between the two airlines offers the shortest connection from Germany to Hawaii. Passengers can travel from Frankfurt to Honolulu in just 18.5 hours in summer. Other connections to Hawaii are available via Seattle and Portland.
Thomas Cook Airlines UK is also expanding its network of partner airlines. In winter 2018, the British airline will supplement its flight program with a cooperation with Air India. From London and Manchester, passengers can reach destinations in India such as Mumbai (BOM), Delhi (DEL) or Bengaluru (BLR) via Goa with convenient transfer times. Another agreement with the Scottish regional airline Loganair makes long-haul destinations such as Cancun (CUN), Punta Cana (PUJ) and Las Vegas (LAS) even more convenient for passengers from Scotland via Glasgow and Manchester.
For onward flights to Malaysia, the USA and India, it should be noted that baggage must be taken through customs in person on the outward flight before it is checked back in by the partner airline for the onward flight in the transfer area. This process is comitted on the return journey.
Partner airlines of Thomas Cook Group Airline
Adria Airways Bangkok Airways LOT
Aegean Airlines bmi Regional Lufthansa
Aeroflot Caribbean Airlines Luxair
Air Antilles Express Cayman Airways Malaysia Airlines
Air Baltic China Eastern Airlines MIAT Mongolian Airlines
Air Caraibes Copa Airline Precision Air
Air China Croatia Airlines SAS Scandinavian Airlines
Air Dolomiti Czech Airlines SriLankan Airlines
Air India Deutsche Bahn Sun Country Airlines
Air Moldova El Al Swiss
Air Namibia Finnair Tarom
Air Serbia Flybe Tropic Air
Air Seychelles Gol Linhas Aéreas Ukraine International Airlines
Alaska Airlines Hawaiian Airlines Volaris
Austrian Airlines JetBlue WestJet
Azul Linhas Aereas Kenya Airways