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Thomas Cook and Condor increase services to Cape Town

Posted 13 October 2016 · Add Comment

The UK's Thomas Cook and German airline Condor has commenced direct services between London Gatwick Airport and Frankfurt to Cape Town, to cope with growing demand.

The Thomas Cook airline group includes Thomas Cook UK, Thomas Cook Scandinavia, Thomas Cook Belgium and Condor. 

Condor started operating a direct flight to South Africa in 2013, and its seasonal flight direct from Frankfurt was resumed on September 24.

Thomas Cook UK will commence its seasonal flight to Cape Town on December 16, from London Gatwick.

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