Condor Airlines has increased their leg of flights from Cape Town International Airport to Frankfurt. The airline will now host three flights a week from Cape Town to Frankfurt (and vice versa) on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays from 18 September until 28 April 2019.
An extra flight will be added on Wednesday to the weekly schedule and will operate from 28 October 2018 until 29 March 2019.
Condor Airlines spokesperson, Jan Ostermayer explains that the increase in demand for flights from Cape Town to Frankfurt (and vice versa) prompted the airline to increase the weekly flight schedule.
“We will increase the flight capacity from three weekly flights during summer flight schedule 2018 to four weekly flights during winter flight schedule 18/19 because we see a higher demand in the market to travel with Condor to Cape Town/South Africa,” Ostermayer said.
Flights from Cape Town to Frankfurt will operate with a Boeing 767-300ER, accommodating 200 guests with 30 seats in business class, 35 seats in premium class and 135 seats in general economy class.
Availability in business class varies as the plane comes equipped with either 18 or 30 business class seats.
Fares are priced from approximately R5256,59 per person (€ 299) and exclude air taxes.
Ostermayer advises that Capetonians opt for travel to Frankfurt during their winter season to save on travel costs.
“The lowest complete one-way price in winter 2018/19 is from 299.99 Euro in Economy Class, from 399.99 Euro in Premium Class and from 1249.99 Euro in Business Class,” he said.
We have compiled a list of things to do on your upcoming trip to the culturally rich city.
Here are 4 must-do activities in the bustling city of Frankfurt –
A visit to the 140-year-old botanical garden in Frankfurt showcases 130 000 species of tropical and sub-tropical plants for botanist lovers and visitors. The plants are housed in some of the biggest greenhouses in the world. Currently, the elegant blue Egyptian water lily is on display as it blooms. The garden functions as an educational institution and hosts cultural alongside musical events.
The park is 18 hectares in size and offers a wide range of plant life to enjoy.
2. Christmas Market
If you happen to visit the snowy town of Frankfurt to enjoy a white Christmas over the holidays, then head to the Christmas market for a traditional German festive season experience.
While heading to the market try out a traditional German meal like the German sausage roll. All the bells and whistles are pulled out for a celebration of Christmas in the city and traditional handmade items can be purchased from a number of stalls during this time.
3. German Architecture Museum
Housed in an 18-century-old building and celebrating the historical achievements of German architecture, the museum provides a historical collection of architecture masterpieces from conception to design.
The structure of the museum was created as a guiding principle for post-modern architecture. Tourists visiting the museum can gaze upon a variety of displays and understand the foundations of German architecture.
German Architecture Museum or the so called DAM (Deutsche Architektur Museum) exhibitted three themes on three floors: 👉 1st floor : Buildings with betons in 5 regions in the world 👉 2nd floor: German Women architects, who struggled to be in that career among men, from the 1st world war until now 👉 3rd floor: Permanent exhibition showing how human kind develop their homes from a simple hut to skyscrapers nowadays . Luckily, we did not have to pay any entrance fee 😀, but the learnings we got from museums are surely not to be neglected. #dam#deutschearchitektmuseum#germanarchitecturemuseum#frankfurtmuseum
Visit Rebstockbad and enjoy a water paradise with swimming pools, saunas, hot tubs and water slides. The centre is indoors, allowing visitors to enjoy the pool regardless of the season.
It also has outdoor swimming pools for the warmer months of the year.
The water park is child-friendly and offers a smaller kiddy pool too.