The German airline Condor ordered tadditional kings Airbus A330-900 to develop its long-haul network of leisure destinations.
Condor’s long-haul fleet currently includes ten Airbus A330-900s. The German airline had initially ordered 16 units. In the fall of last year, it announced that it had increased the order to 18 copies.
Condor has now decided to add three more A330neos. It did not specify in its press release whether it signed the new order with Airbus or with a leasing company. In any case, its long-haul fleet will therefore include 21 A330neo aircraft in the future. The three Airbus A330-900s, also equipped with Trent 7000 engines from Rolls Royce, are expected to join the Condor fleet in 2026 and 2027.
“The 16 aircraft initially ordered will completely replace the current B767 fleet by spring 2024 as part of the long-haul fleet renewal programr,” the German airline said.