Regulations for flights operated by other airlines

Regulations for code sharing flights

If the flight is being operated by an airline other than the one named on your ticket (so-called code sharing flights), the free baggage allowance conditions appearing on your booking confirmation apply. To book special services (such as seat reservations, transporting animals or sports equipment), please contact the operating airline directly.

Regulations for Condor flights with feeder and connecting flights (not to/from the USA and Puerto Rico)

If you have booked your flight with Condor, Condor's free baggage allowance conditions also apply to the feeder/connecting flights, provided these flights are purchased in conjunction with the Condor flights, and appear on a Condor ticket. When booking special services, however, the conditions of the respective airlines apply.

Special regulations for Condor flights with feeder and connecting flights to/from the USA and Puerto Rico

If Condor is not the only airline involved in your journey to/from the USA and Puerto Rico, but you are using feeder/connecting flights operated by other airlines, for example, the regulations applied are those of the first operating airline. If the first operating airline is not Condor, this means that separate baggage regulations will apply to the entire route.

It is unfortunately no longer possible to offer free carriage of golf equipment to customers with Miles & More status (FTL, SEN, HON) on Condor flights with feeder/connecting flights to/from the USA and Puerto Rico.

Interline baggage regulations