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Condor receives first Airbus A320neo amid fleet modernization

The German leisure airline Condor has recently received its first Airbus A320neo on lease from Avolon. 

The delivery ceremony held in Toulouse on April 24, 2024, is part of Condor’s efforts to rejuvenate its fleet, which already includes the A330neo for long-haul routes.  

By adding both A320 and A330neo families, Condor plans to leverage the operational benefits and synergies resulting from the commonality between the two aircraft types. 

“Condor is continuing to modernize its fleet, consistently combining responsible travel with maximum customer comfort. Since last month, we have been flying exclusively with brand-new A330neo aircraft on long-haul routes and are now starting on short and medium-haul routes,” says Peter Gerber, CEO of Condor. “We are welcoming the first A320neo today and the first A321neo will join the fleet in June. With the seamless continuation of the fleet renewal on short and medium-haul routes, Condor will soon be operating one of the most modern fleets in Europe.” 

Condor plans to replace its existing short and medium-haul fleet of Airbus A320/1 and Boeing 757 aircraft with 41 factory-new A320neo family aircraft, namely 13 A320neo and 28 A321neo units.    

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