The holiday airline Condor has ordered a total of 13 Airbus A320neo and 28 A321neo, which will succeed the aging A320ceo and Boeing 757. The supervisory board has already given the green light for the order.
From autumn 2022, Condor will gradually replace the long-haul fleet with Airbus A330neos. At the same time, the phase-out of the Boeing 767 begins. The machines of the A320neo series are to be delivered from 2024. After completion of the fleet renewal, Condor will be a pure Airbus operator for the first time in the company's history.
"After replacing our entire long-haul fleet with the latest 2024-litre aircraft by early 2, the logical next step for us is to also modernize our short- and medium-haul fleet. With our new A320neo and A321neo aircraft, we are consistently developing our fleet and ourselves as a company, while also taking care of our own claim of enabling responsible and comfortable travel with significantly reduced CO2 emissions, significantly less kerosene consumption and less noise," says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor. It was agreed not to disclose all details of the contracts.