Posted on: 27 June 2014 by Mark Howells
Leisure airline, Condor, has revamped the cabin interiors on its Boeing 767 fleet with new lighting and seats including individual in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems in all classes.
Condor's Business Class features fully automatic reclining seats that adjust electronically, and an IFE offering with a selection of movies, over 50 TV series and other programmes controlled on a modern 15.4" touch screen monitor or remote control. Also available are in-seat power supply and USB ports to ensure that passengers are able to use their own devices.
In Economy and Premium Economy Class new ergonomic seats have improved the passengers legroom, now offering 15 cm more, and a greater seat recline with adjustable foot and headrest. Passengers in Premium Economy Class can choose their own IFE programme and view on an individual 9" touch screen monitor. In Economy Class, passengers can watch one movie and one TV series free of charge on their personal monitors. Full access to the on-board entertainment programme is available for a small surcharge. The audio programme with 24 radio channels and several hundred audio CDs are available to passengers in all classes free of charge.
The new cabin lighting offers a dimmable LED and mood lighting system with a spectrum of predefined coloured light scenarios that is designed to create a pleasant ambiance on-board and enhance passengers' well-being. The lighting system can be used to simulate the sunrise or sunset.