Fleet

Our Fleet

Condor has been flying its guests to the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world since 1956. Every year, 9.4 million passengers fly with Condor from eight German airports to over 100 destinations in Europe, Africa and America. Germanys most popular leisure airline operates a fleet of around 60 aircraft (Boeing 757-300, Boeing 767-300ER, Airbus A320-200 and Airbus A321-200). All aircraft are maintained by the subsidiary Condor Technik GmbH in accordance with the highest safety standards at the airports Frankfurt and Düsseldorf.

A320-200

Up to 13 Airbus A320-200 aircraft are used for Condor's shorthaul and mediumhaul flights to the most popular vacation destinations within Europe, as well as to North Africa. Up to 24 seats in Premium Class offer you an even more relaxed flying experience.

Technical data and seat map of the Airbus A320-200

A321-200

Up to 12 Airbus A321-200 aircraft are also used for shorthaul and mediumhaul flights within Europe and North Africa. Up to 24 Premium Class seats are available on the A321-200.

Technical data and seat map of the Airbus A321-200

Boeing 757-300

Like the Condor Airbus fleet, 15 Boeing 757-300 aircraft are used mainly for shorthaul and mediumhaul flights within Europe and to North Africa. This type of aircraft also has up to 26 Premium Class seats available for an even more relaxed flight experience.

Technical data and seat map of the Boeing 757-300 (flights until April 30, 2015)

Technical data and seat map of the Boeing 757-300 (flights from May 1, 2015)

Boeing 767-300ER

The 16 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft are used mainly for longhaul flights. 18 or 30 Business Class seats and 35 Premium Class seats offer you an even more relaxed flying experience.

Technical data and seat map of the Boeing 767-300ER - Version 1

Technical data and seat map of the Boeing 767-300ER - Version 2

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