Condor Begins Nonstop Service to McCarran Airport

LAS VEGAS -- Condor, a subsidiary of Lufthansa Airlines, launched nonstop air service from Germany to Las Vegas.

The service is operated once weekly on Mondays between Cologne/Bonn and Las Vegas, and a second flight, to be operated on Wednesdays between Frankfurt and Las Vegas, will be offered beginning May 7.

The flights are operated aboard Boeing 767-300 equipment, with exclusive European catering, beverages and inflight entertainment.

Condor has provided regular charter service to Las Vegas since 1994, and the newly launched service will replace the charter flights.

Condor is the first international carrier to offer scheduled flights linking Europe and McCarran Airport.

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, in conjunction with the Clark County Department of Aviation, played a key role in implementing the new scheduled service.

According to the LVCVA, Germans make up one of the fastest-growing segments of overseas visitors to Las Vegas.

Since Condor implemented charter service from Germany to Las Vegas in 1994, it has carried more than 41,000 passengers on the route.

To book, agents can call (800) 524-6975.

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