Condor unveiled a new livery, taking the cover of its new striped color scheme. The airline plans to repaint much of its fleet in the striped theme. Aircraft will be painted in either green, yellow, blue, red, or beige.
The first aircraft to fly
A321 D-AIAD is the first Condor aircraft to fly in the new livery. After painting in Maastricht, the plane flew to Frankfurt on 4 April. Additional aircraft will be painted in either “Condor Island” (green), “Condor Sunshine” (yellow), “Condor Sea” (blue), “Condor Passion” (red) or “Condor Beach” (beige).
Condor’s first A330neo
Condor’s first A330neo also broke cover on 4 April after painting in Toulouse. The aircraft carries test registration F-WWCS.
Aircraft leased by Condor, but operated by other airlines will receive a partial livery. This Bulgaria Air A320 is the first to get the “some stripes” livery.
Sailing the ‘Condor Sea’
D-ATCF is the first A321 to wear the blue Condor ‘Sea’ livery.
Current Condor liveries
The airline currently operates aircraft in multiple liveries. Some aircraft wear a version of the blue livery Condor introduced in the early-2000s during the transition to Thomas Cook ownership. Others wear the yellow and silver “Sunny Heart” livery introduced in 2014. And a few operate in a basic white and gray color scheme.
Condor’s retro jets
And A320 D-AICH operates in the Condor Flugdienst livery from the airline’s founding in the mid-1950s.
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