Until early 2000 Condor used to operate two different versions of the 757-200!
There were 18 aircraft in the fleet, 17 of them with a 6 door and 4 overwing exit layout (these were D-ABNA, NB
, ND, NE, NF
, NN, NO, NP
, NR, NS and I´m no longer sure if we had a NG
), and just one with a 6 door and 2 additional jetescapes behind the wing version, which was bought from Air Holland! This was D-ABNX, just called THE X-Ray by everybody!
Now you could count on that they frequently wanted to load the regular Safety Instruction Cards on the D-ABNX!
You always had to check what cleaning/ground service brought when they did the cabin cleaning in FRA
I remember one flight being delayed because we had 100% wrong Safety Cards!
This aircraft was later sold to Icelandair where it now flies under the registration TF-FIW!
It was leased back for the summer season 2000, already in Icelandair colors, but operated for Condor, with Icelandair pilots but Condor cabin crew!
I worked that operation for 8 weeks in the spring of 2000! Was a lot of fun! The very same crew flew together for the entire 8 weeks!
Other than that, I have to say that I`ve never seen a wrong safety card on any flights neither on duty, deadheading nor private!