Condor selects Recaro Aircraft Seating to elevate CX in Economy Class by “providing passengers with comfort and functionality”

Condor has chosen Recaro Aircraft Seating for the Economy cabins of its new Airbus fleet, “providing comfort and functionality”. The order includes 28 A321s and 13 A320s to be delivered from 2024 to 2028. Photo: Condor

Condor has chosen Recaro Aircraft Seating for the Economy Class cabins of its new Airbus fleet with the BL3710 and lightweight SL3710 seats. The order includes 28 Airbus A321 and 13 A320 aircraft to be delivered between 2024 and 2028. The nearly 9,000 seats ordered will be installed in a hybrid layout and feature distinctive Condor branding elements.

“By choosing RECARO seats, we are striving to maximise comfort for our guests on short and medium-haul flights,” said Christian Schmitt, Chief Operations Officer and Accountable Manager, Condor. “With the new long-term partnership, we rely on the many years of experience, the latest innovations and a great service in this area at RECARO to strengthen the Condor product and onboard experience.”

The BL3710 seat comes equipped with several comfort amenities, such as individual USB power, an enhanced ergonomic seat bottom, an adaptable tray table, elongated armrests, and a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) holder to tailor the entertainment experience in the cabin.

The lightweight SL3710 model offers advanced ergonomics suitable for all body types, along with the convenience of USB power access at each seat, and an integrated cup holder.

“This collaboration with Condor underscores our commitment to providing passengers with comfort and functionality, and also reaffirms our role in pushing the boundaries of sustainable design,” said Dr Mark Hiller, CEO of RECARO Aircraft Seating and RECARO Holding. “As Condor expands their Airbus fleet, we look forward to enhancing the inflight experience.”



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