Growth for the long-haul fleet: Condor orders three more long-haul A330-900neo aircraft. The additional aircraft are expected to join the fleet in 2026 and 2027, expanding the long-haul fleet to a total of 21 aircraft. Currently, ten A330neo aircraft are already part of the Condor fleet, flying to more than half of the long-haul destinations in the winter schedule.
The 16 aircraft originally ordered will completely replace the current B767 fleet by spring 2024 as part of the long-haul fleet renewal program. In addition, Condor announced last fall that it had ordered two more A330neo aircraft, making a total of 18 aircraft, to join the fleet by the end of 2024. The three additional aircraft of this type will further expand the long-haul fleet.
On board the new aircraft, guests can expect the highest levels of customer comfort, a significantly enhanced sense of space, first-class in-flight entertainment and connectivity in all classes. The three Airbus A330-900neo also feature state-of-the-art Trent 7000 engines from Rolls Royce, which thanks to the latest technology can be operated particularly efficiently and with sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).