Condor’s New Airbus A330neo With Unique Livery Lands In Velana Airport
In May this year, German Leisure Airline Condor revealed its new livery design unlike any other before seen in the airline industry.
The livery consists of vertical stripes across the fuselage featuring five unique colours, Yellow (Sunshine), Red (Passion, Blue (Sea). Green (Island) and Beige (Beach).
Condor has said the colours represent the diversity of the carrier's guests, employees, and opportunities to discover the world.
Condor today has operated for the first time at Velana International Airport with Airbus A330-900 featuring the new livery in the green (island) colours.
Condor received this new Airbus A330neo only a week ago as the German launch customer of the A330neo with 16 orders.
The new A330neo seats 310 passengers; 30 in business, 64 in premium economy, and 216 in the economy.
The Airbus A330 is set to replace Condor’s ageing Boeing 767 fleet and has an average age exceeding 28 years.