Condor (DE, Frankfurt International) has ordered three incremental A330-900s from Airbus, increasing its total commitment for the type to 21. The newly-ordered aircraft are scheduled for delivery in 2026 and 2027.

The German leisure carrier originally ordered sixteen A330-900s in July 2021, including seven directly from the manufacturer and nine from lessors, shortly after it had been acquired by Attestor Capital. It added two more to the order in 2022. So far, ten aircraft have been delivered.

The remaining A330-900 deliveries will allow the airline to complete the retirement of its B767-300ER fleet which now numbers six, the ch-aviation fleets module shows. Condor also operates four A330-200s, having added the type as an interim crew training solution before the A330neo started to arrive en masse.

The airline's narrowbody fleet comprises twelve A320-200s, eleven A321-200s, and nine B757-300s. It has thirteen A320-200Ns and twenty-eight A321-200Ns due from the manufacturer and lessors.