Published On: Wed, Sep 20th, 2017

Condor and Eurowings from Düsseldorf to the Caribbean except Curaçao

thomas-cook-CondorWILLEMSTAD - Both Condor and Eurowings jump into the hole left by the other German airline Airberlin when it stops flights between Düsseldorf and the Caribbean. On September 25th, Airberlin's tropical flights will end, but the two competitors are already in the starting blocks.

Condor offers non-stop flights from Düsseldorf to Punta Cana (2x per week), Cancun (1x per week), La Romana (1x per week and an extra flight each week), Montego Bay (two weekly flights) and Barbados (one flight a week).

On the flights, Condor will use an Airbus A330, which was recently acquired from Air Transat.

Eurowings also sees an opportunity. Starting November 8, Punta Cana will be added to the network, with four flights a week. In the middle of December, Puerto Plata, Varadero and Cancun will be served with a weekly flight.

The Lufthansa’s subsidiary company operates these flights with the Airbus A330.

Curaçao left out

Through the move of Condor and Eurowings, all Caribbean flights from Airberlin have now been taken over, with one exception: Curaçao. For many years, the island struggled to get Airberlin and to break KLM and TUI’s monopoly. Initially with success but now the island is without a connection with Germany.

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