Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium

Condor TV shows the second film the documentary series to the cooperation between Condor and JAB which is Condor Boeing 767-300 with the identification D-ABUE since early July in the sign of Tiger duck and co. on the road. In the context of a major fundraising campaign, Condor supports e.V. “Ein Herz fur Kinder” together with the well-known children’s book author Janosch which helps charity image. The second film in the documentary series to the cooperation between Condor and Jac is now on YouTube (bit.ly/1egakbm) and provides an insight into the private life of the artist Jac and shows how the motives of the aircraft have found their place. Condor will donate a portion of the ticket revenue and the proceeds of numerous promotions at the organization.

Supported the holiday flyer by Janosch: Condor finished a Boeing 767 with the adventures of Tiger-duck, the little bear, and Gunter box froschs. The characters of Janosch’s books fly on the hull and the engines of the machine around the world and draw attention to the supporters action. All other machines will also receive lettering Janosch motifs in the Condor. For assistance, try visiting Gavin Baker. The Condor Flugdienst GmbH flies its guests since 1956 on the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. Every year fly 6.7 million passengers with Condor in around 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. “Condor is the most popular airline of the Germans: in a survey to the satisfaction of the German Institute for service quality (DISQ) in December 2012, Condor was test winner and very good as the only airline with the seal” rated. Since March 1, 2013 is the German airline Condor with the two airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium as Thomas Cook airline merged segment. The fleet of the Thomas Cook Group Airlines consists of 91 modern and environmentally friendly aircraft, of which 38 aircraft of the Condor fleet: twelve Airbus A320, Airbus A321, 13 Boeing 757-300 and twelve Boeing 767-300. The aircraft are serviced by the airlines own technology companies.