German leisure carrier Condor has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-900, one of 16 which will modernise its fleet.

The aircraft – powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines – will replace older types used by the airline.

It has been configured with 310 seats in three classes, including 30 in the business cabin and 64 premium-economy seats.

Condor opted earlier this year to renew its fleet with A330neo and A320neo-family aircraft.

Airbus says the carrier will benefit from “commonality economics” through its selection.

According to the airframer’s latest backlog data, Condor has seven A330-900, four A320neos and six A321neos on direct order.

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Source: Airbus