Case auction proceeds flows into projects ConTribute Frankfurt am Main, 14 January 2014 the holiday flight Condor auctioned on 17 January 2014 at the Town Hall in Langen stray pieces of luggage for a good cause. All proceeds of the auction will be donated to social projects in the framework of the initiative ConTribute in which Condor concentrates her charitable commitment. Finds such as suitcase, travel bags, strollers and beach equipment and mobile phones, game consoles, cameras, tablets and MP3 player can 12:00 will be visited by interested off and come from 14:00 onwards under the hammer. Who want to be surprised, can bid again surprise packages and cases this year, were packed into the single finds. The luggage auction for a good cause with the auction house Wendt is tradition with Condor,”said Christiane Schneider, project manager ConTribute with Condor. We are fully the proceeds our aid initiative ConTribute to provide, with the in the context of aid projects in our target areas helping above all children and young people.” In the Fund of the baggage is case, which were left behind in the period from February to September 2013. In the meantime, baggage in the Customs baggage internment camps in-bond were stored.
If the rightful owner of the baggage does not pick up his suitcase, luggage for auction will be released. Condor carried out in recent years auctions left pieces of luggage each year. Last year the auction obtained proceeds of nearly 15,000 euros, within the framework of the initiative ConTribute for example in a children’s village in Guarabira, Brazil, and the Blue Bell kindergarten”in Mtwapa, Kenya, fins. ConTribute focuses on support in the Condor target areas and main focuses on help for children and young people. More projects are in the areas of sustainability and cultural exchanges, as well as quick and uncomplicated assistance in natural disasters supports. The Condor Flugdienst GmbH flies its guests since 1956 on the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world.
Every year fly 6.7 million passengers with Condor in around 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. “Condor is the most popular airline of the Germans: in a survey to the satisfaction of the German Institute for service quality (DISQ) in December 2012, Condor was test winner and very good as the only airline with the seal” rated. Since March 1, 2013 is the German airline Condor with the two airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium as Thomas Cook airline merged segment. The airlines of the Thomas Cook Group fleet consists of 86 modern and environmentally friendly aircraft, of which 38 aircraft of the Condor fleet: twelve Airbus A320, Airbus A321, 13 Boeing 757-300 and twelve Boeing 767-300. The aircraft maintained by the airlines own technology operation.