Air Services: Mainland Europe
A detailed guide to flights to Tobago from Continental Europe
The following information is based on published 2005/2006 winter schedules. Do not use this information as the basis on which to make travel plans - always check with the airline or your travel agent first. Please notify us if you are aware of any inaccurate information below.
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A new weekly charter service from Arlanda Airport in Stockholm, Sweden, will commence with a maiden flight on Tuesday 3rd December 2013. It is anticipated that the service will utilise an Airbus G30 with a passenger capacity of 259. No other details are available at this time.
Condor are part of the Thomas Cook Group. In recent years the airline changed their name to Thomas Cook powered by Condor. Fortunately sanity prevailed, the marketing men hopefully got fired, and they are now back to plain old Condor.
The airline provides a weekly direct service to Tobago from Frankfurt. The flight currently operates on Wednesday (with return via St.Lucia), but with effect from November 2010 Condor will operate the service on Mondays with return via Barbados.
The Condor service utilises a Boeing 767 in two-class configuration - tourist class and comfort class.
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Martinair offered a weekly service from Amsterdam to Tobago, but the service ended in early 2009.
The flight departed and returned to Schiphol airport. The outbound flight was via Porlamar (Isla Margarita, Venezuela) but the return from Tobago was non-stop.
The Martinair service utilised a Boeing 767-300 carrying 272 passengers in a three class configuration of Economy and Star class, plus a Comfort class premium-economy seating.