German leisure carrier Condor is introducing its A330-200 aircraft to three North American long haul routes, including: YYZ, SEA, and PUJ. On 15MAY, Condor's A330-200 took off from FRA to North America, and are expected to service those three destinations, as well as PMI, for two years before being replaced by the A330neo aircraft.
Unlike the cabin of the new A330neo, which will operate in a three-class configuration, guests aboard the A330-200 can expect a two-class configuration.
The 22 Business Class seats offer seats that can be converted into a full lie-flat area via a control panel. In Economy Class, each of the 240 seats has a monitor as well as a USB port and a power socket. Inflight entertainment will also be available on board from JUN. Until then, all guests can alternatively stream free of charge via the Condor FlyStream WLAN in-flight entertainment programme. Guests who wish to enjoy in-flight entertainment during their flight in MAY are therefore advised to take a mobile device for streaming on board.
Last summer, Condor announced the order of 16 long-haul A330-900neo aircraft. The first plane is expected to be delivered in OCT 2022, followed by the successive replacement of carrier's entire long-haul fleet consisting of Boeing B767s until mid-2024.
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