Condor has announced another order for the Airbus A330neo widebody aircraft.
A deal from Condor arrives as the carrier looks towards continuing the growth of its long-haul fleet.
Breaking Down The New Commitment
The three additional units in the Neo series are for the Airbus A330-900 variant. Not only is the A330-900 the most popular type in the family of aircraft, but notably, it is the variant Condor already operates.
Condor says that the units will arrive in 2026/27 and thus grow its long-haul fleet towards 21 total aircraft.
Condor’s Current A330neo Operation
Condor currently has ten Airbus A330neos to its name. More than half are responsible for flying to long-haul destinations in the upcoming winter schedule.
These Airbus A330neos have an average age of only 0.5 years, its oldest unit being 0.9 years.
Replacing The Boeing 767s
Condor initially ordered the Airbus A330neos as part of its efforts to replace the Boeing 767 by Spring 2024.
This was ultimately part of the fleet renewal program unveiled by the airline.
Currently, Condor operates 5 Boeing 767-300ERs, which average an age of 29.4 years. This type is thus the oldest in its fleet.
Inside The Airbus A330neo
After the additional commitment, Condor says customers can enjoy more Airbus A330neos across its network.
Onboard, the aircraft Condor highlights the levels of comfort found and a first-class inflight entertainment express across all classes.
Additionally, the company puts heavy importance on the space that’s been enhanced thanks to the configuration of the A330neo.