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Condor boosts digital cargo strategy with partnership

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photo_camera Condor and teams will collaborate to boost digital adoption rates.

German leisure airline Condor has expanded its partnership with to give freight forwarders access to the instant digital booking of its belly-hold global network.

The partnership will aim to boost Condor’s digital sales efforts in key forwarding markets such as Europe and the US.

Condor is a key carrier in the DACH aviation sector, utilising belly capacity from a fleet of more than 50 aircraft and ground facilities in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Zurich.

The airline offers capacity to over 100 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America and the Caribbean.

Condor’s cargo operations benefit from its growing fleet of ultra-modern and fuel-efficient Airbus A330neo widebody aircraft.

Thilo Schäfer, head of cargo at Condor, said: “It is imperative to our digital cargo strategy that Condor services are present on the most popular and relevant booking platforms.

“Benefiting from our long-standing cooperation, can guarantee that every Condor customer receives an excellent experience.”

Moritz Claussen, founder and co-chief executive of, said: “Having kicked off Condor’s digital distribution with its cargo partners back in 2020, we are excited to now be supporting the airline directly to accelerate its digital sales trajectory, and fully capitalise upon its many market potentials.”

Condor claims that it will also look to launch its general cargo, passive temperature-controlled and perishables capacity in all relevant markets taken from’s community in 121 countries.

Freight forwarders using can now book Condor capacity firstly for destinations in Europe, the US and Canada, with more worldwide regions being added in the coming weeks.

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