Condor (DE, Frankfurt International) will dry-lease two new-build A320-200Ns and four A321-200Ns from BOC Aviation, with deliveries due in 2027-2028.

The Singapore-based lessor announced a new order directly from Airbus to source the aircraft for Condor. It did not reveal the duration of the dry leases.

The German leisure specialist currently operates twelve A320-200s, eleven A321-200s, four A330-200s, twelve A330-900s, nine B757-300s, and four B767-300ERs. It plans to rollover its narrowbody fleet to the A320neo Family with a firm order for four A320-200Ns and six A321-200Ns directly from Airbus. Condor also has confirmed commitments for a further nine A320-200Ns and twenty-two A321-200Ns, including at least one A320-200N and seventeen A321-200Ns from Air Lease Corporation. The airline also plans to add two more A321-200s formerly operated by Heston Airlines (HN, Vilnius) and ten more A330-900s.

The ch-aviation fleets ownership module shows that BOC Aviation currently owns seventy-eight A320neo and thirty A321neo (including four A321-200NX(LR)s), but does not lease any aircraft to Condor. Including the new commitment, the lessor has unfilled orders for forty-four A320-200Ns, sixty-five A321-200Ns, and ten A321-200NY(XLR)s directly from the manufacturer.