Aviation Photo #5800847 Boeing 767-330/ER - Condor

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First Condor aircraft with the new (old) logo after parting ways with Thomas Cook due to their bankruptcy.
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    Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB)
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    December 4, 2019
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1 month ago
Sharp!
1 month ago
Sharp!
Netherlands
1 month ago
Does anyone know why they don't give this bird her correct title by painting just 'Boeing 767-300' underneath the name in stead of 'Boeing 767-300ER'?
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1 month ago
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United Kingdom
1 month ago
Most passengers won't even know it's a 767, let alone a -300 or Enhanced Range version, so just slapping Boeing 767-300 on the side is fine.
Oregon, USA
1 month ago
Looks super nice!
California, USA
1 month ago
That's like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
1.3K   Germany
1 month ago
Let's be clear. They have to do it as they are not allowed to use the Thomas Cook brand (logos, titles) anymore. Otherwise Condor is profitable at the moment, so it isn't said at all they will end up as a sinking ship.
Washington, USA
1 month ago
I am actually really happy to see this logo back. Much nicer than the Thomas Cook branding. Who owns them now?

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