Condor Airlines: Aircraft Fleet
Condor Airlines is a German leisure airline that operates a fleet of modern and fuel-efficient aircraft. The airline has a total of 51 aircraft in its fleet, which consists of both narrow-body and wide-body planes.
The majority of Condor's fleet is made up of Boeing aircraft, with 16 Boeing 757-300s and 13 Boeing 767-300ERs. The airline also operates 10 Airbus A320-200s, 5 Airbus A321-200s, and 7 Airbus A330-200s. In addition, Condor has 4 Boeing 737-800s that are used for short-haul flights.
Condor has made significant deals in the past to expand and modernize its fleet. In 2013, the airline signed a deal with Airbus to purchase 16 new A320neo aircraft, which are more fuel-efficient and have lower emissions than older models. The first A320neo was delivered to Condor in 2020, with the remaining planes expected to be delivered by 2022.
Another major deal for Condor was its partnership with LOT Polish Airlines in 2020. As part of the deal, LOT acquired Condor from its former parent company, Thomas Cook Group, and provided the airline with a €380 million loan to help it weather the COVID-19 pandemic. The partnership also allowed Condor to expand its route network and offer more flights to popular vacation destinations.
Condor Airlines has a diverse and modern fleet of aircraft that allows it to offer a range of flights to destinations around the world. Need to track your flight? Get Condor real-time flight status here.
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