Germany based Condor Airline has announced the launch of flight service between Minneapolis-St. Paul International (MSP) which is the most populous urban area in the U. State of Minnesota and Frankfurt Airport on a seasonal basis from next summer. The leisure airline will begin flying a Boeing 767-300 between the two cities from 26th June 2014 and the service will continue through 11th September 2014.
According to Condor Airlines CEO, Ralf Tecktentrup, with new nonstop flights to Minneapolis from Frankfurt, Condor offers easiest, fastest and most comfortable opportunity to visit Central Europe. Frankfurt is located in the Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region of central Germany is the second largest metropolitan area in the country and is also the largest financial center in the continent of Europe. The city is located near the geographic center of European Union makes it a great starting point to enjoy great tourist attractions of Europe.
In the words of Jeff Hamiel, Executive director and CEO of the Metropolitan Airports Commission, the new non-stop service to Frankfurt makes it easier than ever for travellers of Minnesotans to explore all Germany has to offer.
With this new service, Frankfurt will become the fifth European city with direct flights from MSP. Besides this other services include Amsterdam, Netherlands, London, England, Paris, France and Reykjavik, Iceland.