German leisure airline Condor, part of Thomas Cook Group Airlines, has completed the overhaul of its 12 Boeing 767 cabins. The airline’s long-haul aircraft now have new, more comfortable seats with in-seat entertainment in all classes, and a new business class with fully-automatic reclining seats.
The fully automatic reclining seats in the new business class adjust electronically, and with a tilt of up to 170° offer a variety of positions for relaxing and sleeping. The 15.4in IFE monitors display a range of entertainment, consisting of around 30 films and over 50 TV series. For passengers who prefer to use their own devices, power and USB connections are integrated in the seats.
Everything in the cabins is absolutely new, and designed in conjunction with Kiel-based müller/romca, from the carpets to the wall coverings to the lavatories. The new design in blue and gray was chosen as the team belives it makes the cabins look brighter and friendlier. The new ergonomic seats greatly increase the living space in economy and premium economy, thus also the feeling of space on board.
With an additional 15cm of seat pitch, the seatbacks in premium economy can be reclined more. Premium economy guests also enjoy footrests (except in row 6) and headrests that adjust laterally and in height, as well as personal 9in IFE screens.
The new lighting system is a highlight in Condor’s new B767 cabin. Apart from the installation of dimmable white LED lighting, there is also an ambient mood lighting system