The German leisure airline Condor is providing a first glimpse into the cabin of the Airbus A330neo, which will be part of the fleet from autumn 2022. The carrier will seat this machine type with a total of 310 seats.
Passengers will be offered 30 seats in Business Class, 64 in Premium Economy and 216 in Economy Class. It is currently planned that Condor will take delivery of one A2022neo every month from autumn 330. Gradually, the aging Boeing 767 will be replaced. In the winter of 2022, the brand-new aircraft will initially take off in the direction of Seattle, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
“With the new cabin design, we are focusing on modern elegance and set colors, which at the same time make a clear reference to our new brand image. Our guests' vacation starts with boarding and then continues with the unmistakable Condor product and first-class service," says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor. "The tried and tested is complemented by an unprecedented, harmonious interior design, with the highest level of comfort, the most diverse and largest in-flight entertainment program to date with an interface for your own Bluetooth headphones and high-speed Internet connectivity for everyone on board."
The new Business Class offers 30 full-lie-flat seats in a 1-2-1 configuration with direct aisle access for all passengers. For a restful sleep and heavenly dreams on board, the seat can be easily converted into a 1,99 meter long bed with extra large foot space that is as flat as the bed at home. Business Class guests have access to the latest films or series, podcasts and games on the minimum 17,3-inch screen in 4K mode, with a touchscreen and remote control.
In Premium Economy Class, Condor passengers enjoy more personal space thanks to the generous extra seat spacing of almost 15 centimeters more than in Economy Class and a greater inclination of the backrests of up to 15 centimeters. In addition, the multi-adjustable headrest and footrest ensure a significantly more comfortable flight experience at every seat. Both the seats in Premium Economy Class and in Economy Class have 13,3-inch in-seat 4K monitors with a touchscreen, which can be used to call up the extensive on-board program. When it comes to seating, Condor relies on a 2-4-2 configuration in both classes.