New short- and medium-haul fleet for Condor: The Condor Supervisory Board has decided to order a total of 41 aircraft of the A32Xneo series. The deal comprises 13 Airbus A320neo and 28 Airbus A321neo as well as further purchase rights, that will successively replace Condor’s existing short- and medium-haul fleet (Airbus A320/1 and Boeing 757). With up to 20 per cent less fuel consumption and carbon emissions and up to 50 per cent less aircraft noise, the new short- and medium-haul fleet will set new standards. Delivery of the aircraft is scheduled for spring 2024 – immediately after the rollover of the entire long-haul fleet has been successfully completed. From autumn 2022 Condor will replace its Boeing 767s long-haul aircraft with brand-new Airbus A330neo.
On a per-passenger basis, the A321neo consumes 1.7 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres, while the A320neo consumes 1.9 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres.