NEW: Condor’s candy-stripe plane with Anchorage-Frankfurt nonstop, Alaska Air miles

In Adventure, Airfares by scott

Condor Air’s new A330-900neo planes fly nonstop Anchorage-Frankfurt

Are you headed to Europe this summer? Do you collect Alaska Airlines miles? Then check out Condor Air, which resumes its nonstop flights from Anchorage to Frankfurt, Germany on Thursday, May 18.  The flights feature Condor’s distinctive new candy-stripe livery–and a new plane, the A330-900neo

Premium Class really is the “secret sauce” on this summer’s nonstops, particularly on the all-new A330-900neo!

On Condor’s first flight is Sat., May 18. The airline will offer two flights per week (Thu. and Sat.), adding a third weekly flight on Tuesdays from June 11 all summer long into September.

Starting June 8, economy-class tickets are available from $670 per person, round trip. Fly Premium Economy for $341 more, from $1,019.98 per person (fares are subject to change without notice).

Here’s the rundown on Condor’s Premium Class:

a. More legroom (15cm more than economy)
b. Increased baggage allowance (10kg carry-on and 32kg checked bags)
c. Free drinks with meals.
d.  13.3-inch seatback 4K monitor for movies.
e. Premium menu.
f. Adjustable footrests and headrests.
g. Blankets and oversized pillows.
h. Separate check-in
i. “Wellbeing set” with extra goodies.
j. Headsets.
k. 125 percent Elite Qualifying Miles (EQM) for Alaska Air Mileage Plan members. Roundtrip ANC-FRA-ANC = 11,650 EQM .

NEW: Highspeed inflight broadband connectivity now is available onboard.

Condor also offers a fully-flat option for flyers with Business Class. Travelers get a bigger screen (17.3 inches), but I think the biggest feature is the 76-inch lie-flat bed!

Condor’s Frankfurt hub is your gateway to more than 100 destinations throughout Europe. In addition to the connecting flights, Condor offers a “Rail and Fly” program, linking with the Deutsche Bahn rail network.

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