Germany’s Condor orders 16 Airbus A330-900neo jets.

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The Supervisory Board of Germany’s Condor has given the go-ahead for the airline to order 16 Airbus A330-900neo aircraft to renew its fleet. The airline thus becomes the model’s launch customer in Germany.

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The first aircraft is expected to be delivered to the airline in the fall of 2022, while the replacement of the entire long-haul fleet is scheduled for mid-2024.

“We are introducing a new aircraft model to our operations and will set new standards. On board the world’s quietest cabin in an aircraft of this size, our passengers can also expect the highest level of comfort in the new Business, Premium Economy and Economy classes. With the modernization of our fleet we reach another milestone in our company’s history and take the next step into the future,” says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.

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