Travel Advice

Latest travel updates

Please find a summary of important news below:

  • You can find all current entry regulations here. Please note that Condor is subject to the regulations of the respective destination.
  • Use our convenient online check-in and save time at the check-in counter.
  • Currently, our Service Center receives a very high number of customer contacts. Unfortunately, this results in longer waiting times, for which we apologize. You may find most of the frequently requested information conveniently on our website.

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 evening check-in at the weekend in Frankfurt and Dusseldorf

We are offering our guests flying from Frankfurt and Düsseldorf this summer the opportunity to use the evening-before check-in free of charge at the weekend. 

For all departures on Saturday or Sunday, guests in Düsseldorf can check in from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. the evening before their flight. In Frankfurt, evening check-in is available from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for all flights until 2.30 p.m. the following day. 

Check in your luggage in comfort, present the necessary travel documents and receive your boarding pass the evening before. The service is offered at Frankfurt Airport in Terminal 1, Hall C, at counters 776, 777 and 778 and at Düsseldorf Airport Terminal B, counters 187 to 190.

You can find detailed information here.

 

Obligation to wear mouth-nose cover

Until further notice, the obligation to wear a mouth-nose cover on board Condor flights remains in place for guests aged six years and older. 

This does not apply to flights to and from Switzerland and Austria, where according to the country specific regulations, wearing of a mouth-nose protection is recommended, but no longer mandatory.

Status: April 1, 2022

Mouth and nose coverings required

With immediate effect, airlines and airports in Germany are adapting the rules on mandatory mask use. Therefore, such as surgical masks and FFP2 masks, or masks with the KN95/N95 standard without an exhalation valve may be worn on board all Condor flights. Cloth masks, face shields, scarves and neckerchiefs as mouth/nose protection masks are not permitted.