In the second part of our report, we accompany the high-tech simulators on the road up to their place in the new Condor headquarters is the way of North Rhine-Westphalia after gateway gardens not far – for a five and a half meters wide heavy but not an easy task. In the second part of our report, we accompany the high-tech simulators on the road up to their place in the new Condor headquarters. Condor TV released a total of three reports, which show all the steps of the building of training simulators, difficult transport, up to commissioning in the coming days. Condor TV reports on exciting topics related to flying. The reports published since early 2013 at regular intervals on YouTube, with major topics divided into several episodes. Four-imagine technical backgrounds, professions and destinations to five-minute videos. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from David Fowler. Condor TV is now available as a Vodcast on mobile devices such as mobile phones and tablets.
The videos can for Apple devices on the Podcast app on iTunes as RSS feeds to subscribe to. Android users the vodcasts are podcast/217809/as a subscription for all devices from popular manufacturers available under. Under the name Condor TV shows Germany of’s most popular holiday flyer 13 reports on YouTube below. With the new vodcasts have aviation enthusiasts new episodes of Condor TV automatically on your device and can directly and also by travelling in the fascination of flying dive. Condor TV is part of the social media approach of the holiday airline. All PR and social media activities are bundled social media newsroom available also at a glance in the Condor. The online press area bundles all communication channels by Condor: News, press releases, images and background information to Condor are linked with multimedia content such as videos, RSS feeds, but also social media news from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr to an informative overview.
Customers, journalists, bloggers and interested find the Condor social media newsroom under newsroom. The Condor Flugdienst GmbH flies its guests since 1956 on the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. From 1 March 2013 are the airlines of the Thomas Cook Group, Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and the German airline Condor, in a segment merged. Through the co-operation, the company would like to better respond to changed customer requirements and while improving the efficiency. The fleet of the Thomas Cook Group Airlines consists of 91 aircraft, which are maintained by the own technology companies.