Condor Technik

The Company

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Condor Technik GmbH: Who are we?

Condor Technik GmbH was established in January 2008 and is headquartered at Frankfurt Airport. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Condor Flugdienst GmbH, which in turn is wholly owned by the Thomas Cook AG tourism group.

Condor Technik GmbH is the responsible EASA 145 maintenance organisation of Condor Flugdienst GmbH. The Aircraft Operating Certificate (AOC) lists nine Boeing 767-300s and thirteen Boeing 757-300s, which primarily fly to tourist destinations.

In close cooperation with the Condor PART-M organisation (engineering, planning), the PART-145 organisation of Condor Technik has been in charge of the operative repair and maintenance (MCC, line maintenance, A-check, materials management, etc.) of this Boeing fleet since November 2008.

Approximately 160 staff members handle this interesting and challenging task. If you share our passion for flying and would like to be actively involved in establishing a new aircraft maintenance organisation, you could soon become a part of our team, too.

Location with charm: Good quality of life and wide variety of recreational opportunities in Frankfurt und its surroundings

With its major banks, leading international trade fairs, globally operating companies and the international airport, Frankfurt is one of the most attractive regions in the heart of Europe. When it comes to quality of life and leisure and recreational opportunities, the lively metropolis on the Main River has it all. Historic sights such as the Römer city hall, St. Paul’s Church and the Goethe House, renowned museums like the Städel as well as opera, theatre, cinemas and concerts by popular artists provide for plenty of variety every day. Whether a high-street shop or discount store: Shopping fans can shop to their heart’s content on the numerous main shopping streets, such as the Zeil pedestrian promenade or the exclusive and exquisite Goethestrasse area. From a traditional corner pub to an African restaurant or the trendy “young cuisine” scene: The restaurants in Frankfurt offer just as much of a multicultural mix as the city itself.

You can enjoy nightlife and dance the night away in one of the many bars and trendy clubs, such as the hip “King Kamehameha”. Jogging, walking, biking or just relaxing – all of these can be enjoyed in the “green” city of Frankfurt. About 50 parks and recreation areas, such as the Frankfurter Stadtwald municipal forest, one of the largest urban forests in Germany, the shores of the Main and Nidda rivers and the swimming lakes around the city, as well as nearby recreational areas in the Taunus, Rheingau and Spessart regions, offer space to rest, relax and escape from everyday stress. And if you want to explore somewhere farther away, the Rhein-Main International Airport, the gateway to the world, offers numerous possibilities for travel.

Maintenance of the Airbus A320 fleet: