Travel Advice

Latest travel updates

Here you can find the latest news.

Abolition of mouth-nose protection obligation as of October 1, 2022

As of 1 October 2022, masks are no longer mandatory on board Condor flights. Medical masks may still be worn at the passenger's own request.

Status: September 30, 2022

Airport information for a relaxed start to your holiday

Use online check-in

There are currently longer waiting times at the airports. To avoid queues, you can use the convenient and stress-free online check-in from 24 hours before departure. You will receive your boarding pass in advance, can drop off your luggage and go straight to your depature gate. 

Detailed information here

Free late night check-in at the weekend in Frankfurt and Dusseldorf

This summer, Condor is offering its guests flying from Frankfurt or Dusseldorf the opportunity to use the late night check-in free of charge at the weekend. Check in your luggage in comfort, present the necessary travel documents and receive your boarding pass the evening before.

Frankfurt Airport:
In Frankfurt, late night check-in is available from 6pm to 10pm for all flights until 2.30pm the following day. The service is offered at Frankfurt Airport in Terminal 1, Hall C, at counters 776, 777 and 778. On weekends, early evening check-in is free of charge for Condor guests.

Dusseldorf Airport:
For all departures until 8am the following day, guests can check-in from 6pm to 8pm the evening before the flight at Dusseldorf Airport, Terminal B, counters 187 to 190. On weekends, this service is offered to Condor guests free of charge.

You can find detailed information here.


Longer waiting times at customer service

Our customer service is currently experiencing a very high number of enquiries, which can lead to longer waiting times for processing.

A lot of information, for example on entry requirements and online check-in, can be found on the website.

Avoidance of Russian and Ukrainian airspace

Condor does not fly over Russian or Ukrainian airspace on any of its routes.