Condor adds another long-haul aircraft in summer 2015

Condor Airlines stays on course and continues to grow in its long-haul sector. In summer 2015, another Boeing 767-300ER will enter service with the leisure carrier. This aircraft increases the Condor Boeing 767 fleet to a total of 13 planes of the same type, and will carry the registration code D-ABUS. The aircraft was built in 2001, and will assist Condor’s future development as part of Thomas Cook Group Airlines. The leisure carrier recently fitted its entire long-haul fleet with a new cabin and announced the addition of two more destinations to its flight schedule for next summer: Providence (Rhode Island) and Portland (Oregon) in the United States.

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