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New Air Service! Fly non-stop between Edmonton and Frankfurt

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) will launch a new route to Europe and a world of travel options next summer with a new non-stop flight to Frankfurt, Germany with Condor Airlines.

Flights to Frankfurt from Edmonton start June 1, 2020 and will operate twice a week, Monday and Thursday for the summer season. Condor will operate a 259 seat Boeing 767-300 aircraft for the route.

The new route also provides an excellent option for international visitors to come to visit Edmonton to access the region’s outstanding tourism and business offerings. These include, Indigenous experiences, farm to table choices, countless summer festivals and long-summer nights, as well as global-scale technology, medical and energy sector clusters.

Condor Airlines 767

Condor Airlines

Flight information

Monday and Thursday (June 1 – September 10)

Edmonton to Frankfurt

Departure: 21:20

Arrival: 14:45 +1

Frankfurt to Edmonton

Departure: 17:35

Arrival: 19:20

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About Frankfurt

This lively metropolis boasts a futuristic skyline with dozens of modern skyscrapers and impressive museums on the banks of the River Main. The city is also home to high-end shopping, restaurants, and cultural sights, including more than 30 museums. Yet Frankfurt’s modern cityscape doesn’t mean the city isn’t historic. Dotted throughout the urban landscape are historic buildings which were rebuilt following the near-total destruction of the Old Town during World War II.

Frankfurt’s skyline has earned it the nickname ‘Mainhattan’ – a combination of the River Main and Manhattan, the skyline it most resembles.

Top Attractions in Frankfurt

  1. Main Tower – Named after the nearby Main River, the Main Tower is one of the tallest buildings in Germany and features an observation deck for visitors to enjoy magnificent views of the city. The skyscraper also has a restaurant where travelers can savor their meals on the 53rd floor.
  2. Römer – This quaint photographic square is walled with medieval buildings that have been home to the city Council for over 600 years.
  3. Senckenberg Museum – The museum features one of the largest dinosaur collections in Europe and many excellent displays, including Egyptian mummies and more than 2,000 specimens of birds.
  4. Kleinmarkthalle – This 156 stall indoor market has a mix of fresh produce and international delicacies making it a culinary paradise for tourists and locals.
  5. Frankfurt Zoo – Dating back to 1858, the Frankfurt Zoo is open 365 days a year and has more than 4,500 animals.

Frankfurt Airport Facts

The flight to Frankfurt is approximately 9 hours and 30 minutes. The city centre can be reached via bus, taxi, rental car, or train. The easiest method to reach downtown is by taking the S-Bahn train to Frankfurt Taunusanlage; the trains are both regular and quick – it takes just 14 minutes.