On the road from autumn: This is what Condor offers in its Airbus A330 Neo

In autumn, the first Condor Airbus A330 Neo takes off. Now the airline is showing the cabin for the first time.

Those who fly with Condor to Seattle, Mexico or the Dominican Republic in the fall may already be doing so in an Airbus A330 Neo. From then on, the airline will begin adding the new aircraft to its fleet. In the course of the winter, the new Airbus jet is said to have replaced the Boeing 767 on long-haul routes.

The airline is now showing the cabin of the A330 Neo for the first time. While the striped planes are on the move in many different bright colors, Condor keeps the interior design more classic. Nevertheless, the stripes, which are an integral part of the airline’s brand image, also play a role, for example on the walls or on the headrests.

Aisle access for everyone in Business Class

310 passengers will be seated in Condor’s Airbus A330 Neo, of which 30 will be in Business Class, 64 in Premium Economy Class and 216 in Economy Class. In the Business, the seats are installed in a 1-2-1 configuration. This means that all passengers have access to the aisle. The seats recline into a 1.99 meter flat bed.

Premium Economy is a little less than what you can now find under the name on many other airlines. The seats are the same as in Economy, but they have 15 centimeters more legroom. The backrests can be adjusted further back by 15 centimetres. There is also a multi-adjustable headrest and footrest at each seat. Like Economy Class, Premium Economy is built in a 2-4-2 configuration.

Watch with your own Bluetooth headphones.

Each seat has an entertainment screen. There is also an extra holder for your mobile phone or tablet at each seat, so that you can also stream on board with your own device. That should be possible with high-speed Internet. In addition, their own Bluetooth headphones can also be connected to the aircraft’s entertainment system.

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See impressions of the new cabin of Condor’s A330 Neo in the picture gallery above.



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