Company Portrait

Company Portrait

As Germany's most popular leisure airline, Condor has been taking its guests to the world's most beautiful holiday destinations for more than 66 years. Every year, more than nine million guests fly with Condor from the nine largest airports in Germany, from Zurich in Switzerland and Vienna in Austria to around 90 destinations in Europe, Africa and America. Condor operates a fleet of over 50 aircraft, which are maintained by the company's own maintenance operation, Condor Technik GmbH, according to the highest safety standards at the Frankfurt and Dusseldorf locations.

In spring 2022, Germany's most popular leisure airline unveiled its new brand identity: Condor stands for vacation and vacation stands for stripes. Inspired by parasols, bath towels and beach chairs, Condor now wears stripes in five colors. This clearly shows the development from a leisure airline to a unique and unmistakable vacation brand. The new design was unveiled with the first A330neo, which will take off for Condor from fall 2022. As the German launch customer, Condor will then be flying 16 A330neo long-haul aircraft. Thanks to state-of-the-art technology and maximum efficiency, the latest-generation 2-liter aircraft is the European front-runner with 2.1 liters per passenger per 100 kilometers and maximum customer comfort.

Further information can be found at www.condor.com and images can be found at downloads.

Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility is of particular importance to Condor. All Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives are centralized under the organization of ConTribute. Colleagues of different departments are involved with various charitable projects. We focus on children in poverty, natural disasters, environmentally sustainable travelling, as well as cultural exchange.

Condor also emphasizes on fuel economy: On average, Condor aircrafts use less than three liters per passenger and 100 kilometers. Newly developed and aerodynamic Winglets achieve kerosene savings of up to five percent per aircraft. Calculating the ideal speed, the shortest route and a reduced weight on board through lighter service trolleys, also increase fuel economy. Additionally, setting an optimal center of mass on the aircraft and providing pilots with Information about fuel efficiency for individual routes, leads to further kerosene savings.

Condor has been awarded as ‘very strong’ for its ‘sustainable engagement’ by magazines FOCUS and FOCUS Money. The award is based on a representative survey and evaluates the ecological and economic responsible actions by companies.

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