German carrier Condor will undertake a much-needed overhaul of its long-haul fleet with plans to add 16 A330neos.
Condor has signed an agreement with Airbus to buy seven A330-900neos and will lease nine more to replace its fleet of aging Boeing 767s. The average age of the Boeings is 25.8 years, according to planespotters.net.
The Frankfurt-based charter operator becomes the German launch customer for the A330neo and will operate the A330neo on its international long-haul network to the Americas, Africa, the Caribbean and Asia.
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