Anahita Rehbein gets voted Miss Condor 2018

07 Feb 2018 | Irina Silva

A pleasant surprise that the passengers received on the Condor flight 1402 from Frankfurt to Fuerteventura: On board were the 22 contenders of the coveted title of Miss Germany 2018.

The holiday airline flew 22 Missen to a preparatory camp on the Canary Island. The crew cleared up the aisle of the Boeing 757 for a catwalk session. The 221 passengers could choose, with previously distributed ballots, their personal favourite in this welcome change.

Anahita Rehbein from Stuttgart received the most votes. She was thus voted Miss Condor 2018. Anahita beat out her competitors and thus replaced Miss Condor 2017 Nina Kiehnle of Koblenz.



"The 13th Miss Condor choice was again a very special experience for the Condor crew, but also for all passengers who have followed the show," said Condor Purser Dirk Weber, who for many years moderated the Miss Condor choice on board. “We all keep our fingers crossed for Miss Condor, but of course for all the other candidates for the grand finale as well and we are curious to see who will be at the top of the podium.”

Whether the favourite of the Condor passengers also convinces the jury, will be shown in the grand finale on February 24, 2018, at Europa Park in Rust. However, the Missen is being prepared beforehand for the Miss Germany election at the Miss Germany Beauty Camp. The program includes workshops with VIP trainers and shootings before returning to Germany on 15 February.

Condor Flugdienst GmbH flies its guests since 1956 to the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. The traditional airline is a 100-percent subsidiary of Thomas Cook GmbH. Annually flying over seven million customers with Condor to around 80 destinations in Europe, America, Africa and Asia. The route network of the holiday flier comprises more than 230 destinations through cooperation with airlines in the destinations. Condor forms the Thomas Cook Group Airlines within the Thomas Cook Group plc together with the airlines Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia. The fleet of Thomas Cook Group airlines consists of 92 modern and environmentally friendly aircraft, 44 of which are from the Condor fleet: nine Airbus A320s, seven Airbus A321s, ten Boeing 757-300s and eighteen Boeing 767-300s. The aircraft are maintained by the airline’s own technology companies. For the third time in a row, the holiday flier was honoured as the most popular German airline by N-TV and the German Institute for Service Quality (DISQ).