Condor introduces new standards in the cabin of its 2-litre aircraft: From autumn 2022, guests aboard the new long-haul A330neo will experience an interior that sets new standards. The aircraft will take off in a three-class configuration: A total of 310 seats will be available, 30 for Business Class, 64 for Premium Economy Class and 216 for Economy Class. Guests will experience the new cabin for the first time in autumn 2022, when approximately one Airbus A330neo will join the fleet per month, replacing the current Boeing 767 long-haul fleet. The Condor A330neo will then take off on long-haul routes in winter 2022. The first destinations include the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Seattle, USA.
"With the new cabin design, we are focusing on modern elegance and the colour-set creates a clear reference to our new brand identity. Our guests' holiday begins with boarding and continues with the distinctive Condor product and first-class service," says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor. "With that, our well-established product is complemented by an unprecedented, coherent interior design, with the highest level of comfort, the most diverse and largest in-flight entertainment programme to date with an interface for your own Bluetooth headset, as well as high-speed internet connectivity for everyone on board."
Business, Premium Economy and Economy Class with a total of 310 seats
The new Business Class offers 30 full lie-flat seats in a 1-2-1 configuration with direct aisle access for all guests. For a peaceful night's sleep and heavenly dreams on board, the seat conveniently converts to a 1.99-metre lie-flat, just like a bed at home, with extra-large foot space. Business Class guests have access to the latest movies, series, podcasts, and games, all accessible on the minimum 17.3-inch screen in 4K mode, with touchscreen and remote control.
In Premium Economy Class, guests enjoy more personal space thanks to the generous extra seat pitch of 13 centimetres more, compared to Economy Class and a greater backrest angle of up to 15 centimetres. In addition, the multi-adjustable headrest and footrest at every seat ensure a significantly more comfortable flight experience. Both the Premium Economy Class and Economy Class seats have 13.3-inch in-seat 4K monitors with touchscreens, which can be used to enjoy the extensive in-flight-programme. Condor uses a 2-4-2 seating configuration in both classes.
Comfort, technology, and a feel-good atmosphere
A brand-new feature awaits guests in all three booking classes: the new A330neo offers high-speed broadband internet and with that a new form of connectivity whilst being aboard. The latest in-flight-entertainment technology provides a select and first-class programme, from which guests can choose their favourites film, series, podcast, or other features. Each seat has an extra holder for a mobile device, so that streaming is also possible. In addition, personal Bluetooth headphones can be connected to the aircraft's in-flight-entertainment system. For optimal light conditions and a feel-good atmosphere, the cabin features mood lighting that can be individually adjusted for all booking classes to suit the time of day. This helps guests aboard to fall asleep easily and wake up more relaxed.
Modern elegance with stylish accents
Visually, the new cabin product impresses with a stylish colour concept that focuses on the colours "Condor Marina" and "Condor Earth" as well as subtle stripes as a recurring element. This includes a striped badge on every seat as well as uniformly striped headrest covers in Business and Premium Economy Class.
A virtual tour of the Condor A330neo is available here to get a first glimpse of the stylish elegance and uniquely comfortable cabin. Click here for a virtual tour of the new cabin.
The design of the cabin was implemented by the design agency müller/romca industrial design based in Kiel. Remo Masala, owner of the visionalphabet agency in Berlin, who designed Condor's new brand identity, accompanied the process with creative direction.