Condor will upgrade its single-aisle fleet for short and medium-haul routes with 41 Airbus A320neo family aircraft through leasing and direct purchase. The airline has highlighted that the A320neo and A321neo represent the continued evolution of its fleet and its aspiration to “offer a responsible and comfortable journey with a substantial reduction in CO₂ emissions, low fuel consumption and low noise”. fulfill., When it replaces the entire fleet, it will be 100% Airbus.
Condor CEO Ralph Tekentrup said: “In early 2024 we will replace our entire long-range fleet with ‘2-litre’ aircraft (devices with a fuel consumption of 2.1 liters per passenger per 100 km), state-of-the-art. Art, the next logical step for us is to modernize our small and medium range fleet. ”
NEO, which stands for New Engine Option, is on the three largest versions of the A320 family: the A319neo, A320neo and A321neo, with each operator choosing between two advanced turbofan engines. Condor’s aircraft will be powered by Pratt & Whitney engines. They also feature Airbus’s larger fuel-saving wingtip devices, known as the s. known asharclet,
With these improvements, the A320neo family of aircraft has the advantage of 30% lower fuel consumption than previous generation aircraft and 50% quieter with an additional flight range of up to 500 nm (900 km) or two tons of additional payload. Huh.
Condor’s new A320neo fleet will feature an Airbus Airspace cabin, which offers passengers the highest level of comfort through lighting, humidity levels and space between seats, among other aspects.
Airbus has reported that, as of the end of June 2022, the A320neo family had added more than 8,100 orders from over 130 customers.
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