Condor Takes Delivery of its First Airbus A330neo Aircraft

December 20, 2022

German leisure carrier Condor has taken delivery of its first of 16 Airbus A330neo jets as part of its fleet modernization initiatives.

Condor's new acquisition of the A330neo aircraft to replace its previous generation will bring major improvements in cost-efficiency and environmental performance. The new model is expected to reduce total operating costs significantly, as well as fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by 25%. 

Condor's A330neo is a revolutionary aircraft designed to provide unparalleled passenger comfort. With a spacious and modern interior, as well as a range of amenities designed to make any flight experience more enjoyable, it truly stands above the competition. The aircraft accommodates up to 310 passengers in total, allowing travelers to choose between three seating classes.

The A330neo promises passenger a superior in-flight experience with its award-winning airspace cabin. This includes more personal space, roomier overhead bins, and a new state of the art lighting system. In addition, this aircraft is equipped with the latest in-flight entertainment systems that are designed to keep customers fully connected throughout their flight.

In July 2022, Condor took the step forward with the selection of the A320neo Family to modernize its single-aisle fleet. This move is part of a larger effort to ensure that the airline's fleet has all of the latest and greatest technology available, giving customers a superior level of in-flight service.

The Airbus A330neo is a new-generation version of the industry-leading A330 widebody aircraft that incorporates the latest generation Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, new wings and aerodynamic features to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 25%. With its extended range capability of up to 7200 nm / 13 334 km non-stop, the A330-900 is a known ideal option for long-haul flights

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