German leisure airline Condor has unveiled new cabin interior for Airbus A330-900neo.
Condor’s Airbus A330-900neo will feature a total of 310 seats, including 30 in Business Class, 64 in Premium Economy and 216 in Economy Class.
The new cabins feature a stylish colour concept that focuses on the colours “Condor Marina” and “Condor Earth” as well as subtle stripes as a recurring element. This includes a striped badge on every seat as well as uniformly striped headrest covers in Business and Premium Economy Class.
Ralf Teckentrup, CEO, Condor, said:
With the new cabin design, we are focusing on modern elegance and the colour-set creates a clear reference to our new brand identity. Our guests’ holiday begins with boarding and continues with the distinctive Condor product and first-class service. With that, our well-established product is complemented by an unprecedented, coherent interior design, with the highest level of comfort, the most diverse and largest in-flight entertainment programme to date with an interface for your own Bluetooth headset, as well as high-speed internet connectivity for everyone on board.
New Business Class
The new Business Class seats are arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration, giving direct aisle access to every passenger. The seat goes fully flat to make a 1.99 metre “bed”. The seat also features a 17.3-inch 4K inflight entertainment touchscreen.
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Premium Economy and Economy Class
Premium Economy Class has 5.1 inches more legroom than standard Economy Class seats. The seats also have a greater backrest angle of up to 15 centimetres. In addition, the seats feature multi-adjustable headrest and footrest. Other than these features, Premium Economy seats are just like standard Economy seats arranged in a 2-4-2 configuration.
Both the Premium Economy and Economy seats feature 13.3-inch 4K inflight entertainment touchscreens. There’s no information as to what the seat pitch will be in Economy Class.
For the first time, Condor will offer high-speed broadband internet aboard its Airbus A330-900neos. The Wi-Fi is available in all cabins. The latest inflight entertainment technology provides a select and first-class programme, from which guests can choose their favourites film, series, podcast, or other features. Each seat has an extra holder for a mobile device, so that streaming is also possible. In addition, personal Bluetooth headphones can be connected to the aircraft’s in-flight-entertainment system.
First routes for A330-900neos
Passengers will be able to experience the new Condor A330-900neos in Autumn 2022, when approximately one Airbus A330neo will join the fleet per month, replacing the current Boeing B767 long-haul fleet. The Condor A330neo will then take off on long-haul routes in winter 2022. The first destinations include the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Seattle, United States.
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