Condor’s new ‘Prime Seat’ now open for booking
Condor Airlines' Prime Seat

Condor’s new ‘Prime Seat’ option now open for booking

 FRANKFURT — The best seats on Condor Airlines’ new Airbus A330neo long-haul aircraft are now open for booking. 

Located in the front row of Business Class, the four ‘Prime Seats’ offer more space, a bigger bed, an extra-large screen, plus a ‘visitor’ seating option equipped with its own seat belt with a table in the center. Cozy pajamas are also provided along with slippers, a premium inflight kit featuring Rituals skincare products and toiletries, a snack basket and a free Internet package for unlimited texting. 

A Prime Seat can now be booked with a Business Class ticket for an additional EUR199.99 per route.

Condor flies from Toronto year round to its hub in Frankfurt. As of May, the airline will offer nonstop seasonal service to Vancouver, Halifax and, brand new for 2023, Edmonton, with connectivity to over 100 destinations in Europe and beyond. 


The new Condor A330neo offers several amenities for guests in all booking classes. Among the highlights in Business Class are fully lie-flat sleeper seats, which can be continuously converted into a  6.5-foot-long flat bed. Each guest has direct access to the aisle as well as generous storage areas and a cocktail table.

Guests can also watch over 250 movies and 160 series free of charge, in the highest 4K picture quality on personal screens. The new Bluetooth function allows the usage of personal wireless headphones, plus high-speed broadband internet is available as well as USB A/Z ports or sockets at every seat.

On long-haul flights, internationally-inspired ‘Taste the World’ menus with multiple courses are offered. Depending on the booking class, Condor guests are served a Standard, Premium or Gourmet Menu. Special menus, such as lactose- or gluten-free, can also be ordered up to 24 hours before departure.

Additional service enhancements for all booking classes are being planned and will be introduced soon. For more information go to

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