Alaska Airlines is expanding tits partnership with Condor Airlines through a codeshare agreement.

Last week, Condor began marketing and selling more than 70 Alaska routes across the US.

This summer, Alaska began marketing and selling from Condor’s 12 US gateway cities to Frankfurt, Germany, the carrier’s home airport.

A codeshare agreement allows each airline to sell seats on one another’s selected flights as if they were their own, in a sense putting their “code” on the flights.

It offers a seamless travel experience for guests across the two airlines.

Alaska and Condor partnership

Condor’s newest addition to its fleet is the Airbus A330neo. Condor flies the A330neo between the US and Germany in a three-class configuration: business, premium economy and economy.

Condor is expanding in the US. The airline recently announced it will begin new nonstop service from both Miami and San Antonio to Frankfurt in May 2024.

“We continue to bolster our international partner portfolio, giving our guests convenient access to more of the globe. Condor provides a key link with its nonstops from Alaska’s gateway cities to Europe and beyond,” said Nat Pieper, senior vice president of fleet, finance and alliances at Alaska Airlines.

“We look forward to expanding our codeshare with Condor to destinations beyond Frankfurt in the near future.”Subscribe to the FINN weekly newsletter

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