The Focke-Wulf 200 is first seen in Call of Duty, in the mission "Airfield Escape" as your ride out, after you defended yourself and your squad-mates at the airfield.
It appears for the second time in the mission "Pavlov's House". As the player and his Russian squad-mates are charging the house, a formation of Condors begin dropping bombs behind the character, sending up columns of snow, and eventually expend their payload and fly out of the area.
Call of Duty 2
In the mission "The Pipeline", while climbing through the pipe a formation of Condors can be seen through a hole in the top of the pipe flying above, which momentarily shake the screen before disappearing out of sight.
Call of Duty: World at War
In the mission "Vendetta", formations of Condors fly over the city. The player is told by Sgt. Reznov to wait for the sound of the bombers flying overhead before taking a shot with the Mosin-Nagant. When a Condor with a flaming engine, flying particularly low, passes overhead the player is told to begin shooting.
The model of the Focke-Wulf 200 from Call of Duty 2.
A Focke-Wulf 200 in Call of Duty 2.
A rendered Focke-Wulf seen in the opening cinematic to Vendetta.
Also from the cinematic, showing the dorsal turret.