Earlier this year, Condor Airlines began introducing its new long-haul A330neo Business Class to the U.S. market, touting its 30, lie-flat (180 degree) seats in a 1-2-1 configuration with direct aisle access for all guests.
The seat converts to a 76-inch long by 19-inch-wide bed at the touch of a button. Following initial consumer feedback, Condor has now enhanced its sleeping experience for Business Class passengers. Partnering with Lück company, a division of Germany-based EuroComfort Group, the airline now offers Business Class passengers a newly designed 7-layer mattress topper. Lück, incidentally, is a leading manufacturer of high-quality pillows, mattresses, quilts, duvet covers and custom-made, sustainable products.
Other goodies in Condor’s Business Class include a premium pillow, a cozy 6.5-foot blanket, socks, Condor’s signature striped slippers, sleep mask and other amenities.
Guests who upgrade to one of the A330neo’s Prime Seats, featuring even more space, also receive Condor’s signature pajamas and a premium travel kit. The A330neo whisper quiet Airspace cabin features a state-of-the-art air system and lighting system that can be adjusted to a night-time mode.
Condor Airlines To Convert Long-Haul Fleet to New A330neo
The A330neo aircraft has been introduced on Condor’s nonstop Frankfurt routes from New York/JFK, San Francisco and Seattle and will continue to be rolled out on flights from Condor’s other North American gateways throughout this summer and into next year. Condor’s entire long-haul fleet will be converted to the new A330neo by 2024.
For more information, visit condor.com/us.