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Condor Airbus A330-900neo Business Class Review [FRA to JFK]

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Airline: Condor
Aircraft: Airbus A330-900neo
Flight #: DE2016
Route: Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Date: March 11, 2024
Duration: 8 hours, 50 minutes
Cabin and Layout: Business class; 30 seats in a 1-2-1 configuration
Seat: 5F (aisle)
Cost: 55,000 Alaska Airlines miles + $177 in taxes and fees

Famous for its striped planes, which debuted in 2022, Condor is a German carrier that’s far less famous than Lufthansa. Condor is also not part of any airline alliances, doesn’t operate its own lounges, and doesn’t have any transfer partners for points or miles. However, you can book this airline with 2 unique partners: Emirates Skywards and Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan.

The latter is how my wife and I booked business class seats on a Condor plane to fly back to the U.S. after a recent trip to Europe. We made our journey in Condor’s newest business class seats on its newest plane type. The trip had some high highs and low lows. Unfortunately, the negatives all revolve around discriminatory service, while the positives were confined to the physical aspects — the “hard product.”

Let’s take a look at our recent Condor business class flight, which started well and ended poorly.

Booking Condor Business Class

You can book Condor award flights with Emirates Skywards miles or Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles. We used Alaska miles for this flight, paying 55,000 miles + $177 per person.

Alaska redemption cost for Condor business class FRA JFK
Costs for booking this flight with Alaska miles. Image Credit: Alaska Airlines

My wife already had a fair amount of Alaska miles in her account, and I was happy to receive the miles from the welcome bonus on my Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® credit card in time to book this flight for our journey home from Europe. This was much better than the flight’s $2,058 per person fare.

Condor business class cash price FRA JFK
The cash cost for our flight. Image Credit: Google Flights

We got over 3.4 cents per mile in value on this redemption. That’s nearly double our average value of Alaska miles at 1.8 cents apiece.

Frankfurt Airport (FRA)


At 24 hours before departure, I received an email saying I could check in online and scan our passports with a smartphone to save time at the airport. That sounded intriguing, so I gave it a whirl.

Condor A330 900neo business class mobile check in passport scan
The passport scan option was interesting. Image Credit: Condor

Holding my phone’s camera over the information page on each of our passports loaded our passport details into the reservation. From there, I was able to complete the check-in.

However, since we had luggage to check, we still went to Condor’s check-in counters in Terminal 1 the next morning. Given the sparse amount of passengers we found here, we expected an empty flight (which wasn’t the case).

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The rather short business check-in line at FRA.

We waited less than a minute before an employee called us forward. We weighed and tagged our luggage, then watched her enter our passport information into the computer. I guess using the phone app didn’t accomplish anything.

She handed us our passports and tickets with a look on her face like she was glad she could go back to playing on her phone, given that no one else was in line. I had to ask if there was a lounge to visit, and she replied, “It’s on the ticket.”

Lufthansa Business Lounge (Non-Schengen, Gates B44 to B48)

Our tickets indicated access to the Lufthansa Business Lounge. After passport control, we followed the signs for the lounge and found it conveniently located just across from our departure gate. A smiling employee at the entrance checked our tickets before letting us in.

Lufhansa business lounge entrance B gates at FRA
Access to the lounge from the B gates area.

Inside the entrance on the ground floor was an elevator and a set of stairs. On the upper floor, we found the entrance to the lounge.

Lufhansa business lounge entrance at FRA
The door to the lounge was at the top of the stairs.

The lounge had a large, open seating plan with low chairs next to end tables as well as a few semi-circular high-back booths around small tables. Outlets for charging devices were abundant.

Lufhansa business lounge opean seating area
The lounge’s open seating area.

The lounge’s buffet curved along a singular wall of the lounge, and there were machines for coffee, water, and tea.

Lufhansa business lounge drink station
Drink station in the lounge.

We visited during breakfast, and hot dishes on the buffet included stewed tomatoes, sausages, and scrambled eggs.

Lufhansa business lounge hot dishes
Some of the hot dishes during our breakfast-time visit.

The soda fountain also included orange juice and apple juice. We were looking for orange juice and had to ask an employee where it was; we were surprised that this was the answer.

Lufhansa business lounge soda machine
Self-serve soda fountain in the lounge.

Nearby, there were bottles of wine plus alcohol and tomato juice for making mixed drinks.

Lufhansa business lounge alcohol and juice
Self-serve alcohol in the lounge.

In the rear, the lounge had bathrooms and a few booths with doors you could close for private phone calls. The lounge also had its own Wi-Fi network, and speeds were solid: downloads approaching 110 Mbps and uploads close to 160 Mbps.

Lufhansa business lounge wifi speed
Wi-Fi speed tests in the lounge. Image Credit: Speedtest


The stereotypical German “Ordnung muss sein” (“There must be order”) was nowhere to be found at the gate. When we arrived at the gate, document checks for U.S.-bound travelers were underway. We had to ask several people if they were in line before finding the end of the not-a-line going on.

Condor A330 900neo business class document check
A not-so-straight line for document checks before boarding.

It also felt like passengers were playing a complex game of “Who can be in the way as much as possible?” by standing in front of gates that weren’t theirs. Most of these passengers weren’t on our flight. Once the crew announced boarding, we had to ask who was boarding and who was just in the way. Employees could’ve organized this a bit better.

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Waiting around and blocking the gate during delayed boarding.

Boarding also started late, and our flight left 30 minutes late. This was due to late aircraft arrival and the time needed to clean and stock the plane. Once preboarding finished, business class boarded next. We used a separate jet bridge to the left to board through the aircraft’s front door.

Condor A330 900neo business class separate jet bridge
Turning left to the separate jetbridge for business class passengers.

On Board Condor’s Airbus A330-900neo

At the boarding door, a smiling flight attendant welcomed me on board. She then jumped in between me and my wife, stuck out her arms to bar the door, and informed my wife that this entrance was only for business class passengers. The tone was, “I assume you don’t belong here,” and it foreshadowed numerous challenges my wife encountered with the crew.

Inside the cabin, the stripe motif we saw on the plane’s exterior continued on the back wall of the business cabin.

Condor A330 900neo business class cabin
Stripes on the plane’s outside and inside.

The bulkhead wall was a solid color with the airline’s logo.

Condor A330 900neo business class bulkhead
The bulkhead wall at the front of business class.

Business Class Seat

The stripes continued as I found my seat, 5F.

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My seat, 5F, in the business cabin.

When we arrived at our seats, we found numerous crumbs on the floor and drips on the molding.

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Crumbs on the floor at boarding.

I thought the stripes on the headrest were interesting, but I was glad the entire seat wasn’t striped.

Condor A330 900neo business class head rest
A striped headrest to fit the airline’s motif.

Seats in business class had a 3-point seatbelt, and I found bedding and a pillow on my seat — though it didn’t look very presentable.

Condor A330 900neo business class pillow and bedding at boarding
The sad-looking pillow and bedding on my seat at boarding.

As I sat down, I found more items for comfort in front of me: a bedroll (in a white cloth bag) and 2 pairs of slippers for some reason. These also had the airline’s stripes.

Condor A330 900neo business class bedroll and slippers
A bedroll and 2 pairs of slippers awaited me.

These fit easily into the generous footwell at my seat.

Condor A330 900neo business class footwell
Putting items in the footwell.

Inside the footwell was a sleeve for safety information. Given the lack of any other storage at my seat, I used this spot for my laptop.

Condor A330 900neo business class laptop with safety info
This was the only spot to put my laptop.

Along the plastic molding in front of me, I found a coat hook.

Condor A330 900neo business class coat hook
A coat hook at my seat’s entrance.

Along the aisle, I found a generous armrest-meets-tray area. A pack of crackers was also waiting for me here.

Condor A330 900neo business class arm rest and controls
A tray/armrest area along the aisle.

I found the remote for the entertainment system on one side of this space. This remote also displayed the remaining flight time.

Condor A330 900neo business class entertainment remote
The remote for the entertainment system.

On the other side, I found numerous outlets, including a universal outlet, USB-A, USB-C, and the headphone jack.

Condor A330 900neo business class outlets
Outlets galore at my seat.

Above the outlets, still on the aisle side of my seat, I found the headphones (wrapped in plastic) on a hook, the amenity kit, and a bottle of water.

Condor A330 900neo business class seat amenities at boarding
Amenities waiting at my seat.

Inside the headphone bag, I also found covers for the over-ear portion of the headset.

Condor A330 900neo business class headphone covers
Headset covers for cleanliness.

Near the headphones was a reading light that turned on and off easily with a button.

Condor A330 900neo business class reading light
My seat’s reading light.

I found buttons to control the seat at hip level on the aisle side, below the armrest. These worked easily for reclining and lying down, and additional options allowed for adjusting the firmness of the backrest.

Condor A330 900neo business class seat controls
The seat controls in business class.

Between our seats, my wife and I found this strange button that popped in and out with a click. Despite our playing with it numerous times out of curiosity, it didn’t seem to do anything.

Condor A330 900neo business class mystery button
The mystery button between our seats.

Overhead, we had lights and a speaker but no air nozzles.

Condor A330 900neo business class overhead lights
Lights? Yes. Air nozzles? No.

Next to the entertainment system, a big button said “Table.” Pushing it with a lot of force released the tray table.

Condor A330 900neo business class tray table release
The button was obvious.

After pushing hard enough on the button, the tray table dropped down from below the entertainment system.

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The tray table when it opened.

Then, I could pull the tray table toward my body on an extendable track.

Condor A330 900neo business class tray table extended
The extended tray table.

Looking around, we were surprised by how many seats had scratches and scuff marks on the plastic molding.

Condor A330 900neo business class scuff marks
Scuffs and scratches were common.

Choosing the Best Seat

Your options for the best seat will vary depending on whether you’re traveling alone or with someone. Before jumping into the finer details, it’s also worth pointing out that Condor sells prime seats in the first row of business class. These seats have larger screens, a visitor seat for dining together, a bigger bed, and extra space. On our flight, these seats were available for an additional €299.99 (~$320).

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Additional cost for choosing the prime seat. Image Credit: Condor

Condor’s A330-900neo uses a staggered 1-2-1 layout for business class. Solo seats along the windows are also staggered, with those in even-numbered rows closer to the window with more privacy. Those in odd rows are closer to the aisle.

Condor A330 900neo business class window seats layout
The staggered layout of window seats.

For the 2 seats in the middle section, some people are closer to their companions than others. These are the odd-numbered rows.

Condor A330 900neo business class front of cabin
The staggered layout of the middle seats is perceptible here.

Thus, those traveling alone should pick window seats in even-numbered rows. These will have “A” seat assignments; “C” will be closer to the aisle. Those traveling with someone and wanting to be closer together in the middle seats should pick odd rows with “E” and “F” seats.

Condor A330 900neo business class seats
Layout of the business class seats.

Food and Beverage

Once we got settled, flight attendants passed through the cabin with welcome drinks. Options were orange juice or Champagne.

Condor A330 900neo business class welcome drink
A welcome drink before departure.

At boarding, each seat had a menu, which we perused out of curiosity and as a way for my wife to ignore her flight attendant (more on that issue in the service section).

Condor A330 900neo business class menu cover
The menu’s front cover.

Starters included Jamaican chicken, salmon, or a salad, while main dish options included roast chicken, mahi-mahi, or vegetable curry.

Condor A330 900neo business class menu
Meal options inside the menu.

The extensive drinks menu offered sodas, beers, spirits, coffee, and more.

Condor A330 900neo business class drink menu
Drink options during our flight.

The drinks menu also had details about several of the wine offerings.

Condor A330 900neo business class wine menu
Information about some of the wines on board.

A welcome note on the menu shared the mindset of the food and drink offerings.

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A welcome note inside the menu.

After takeoff, flight attendants passed through the aisles, offering drinks and nuts while taking meal orders. I asked for a Spezi, a common German drink that is basically half Coke and half Fanta Orange and is available ready-made from numerous brands. The flight attendant said she didn’t have any but would happily mix one for me.

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Drink and nuts service before the meal.

The flight attendant also confirmed our special meal requests (vegan) and went on her way. A while later, she returned with this massive spread of starters. Along with a hot bread basket, we had salad, hummus, grilled vegetables, couscous, and fruits.

Condor A330 900neo business class appetizer and salad tray
The starters for our main meal during the flight.

When our main dish (gnocchi) arrived, I was immediately suspicious of the parmesan-cheese-looking bits. Was this vegan? We waited about 15 minutes to ask because the only flight attendant visible in the cabin was my wife’s flight attendant, and we had started trying to avoid interactions with her at that point.

About 15 minutes after we got our dishes, my flight attendant returned. We asked if the dish was vegan. It wasn’t. It was just vegetarian and had cheese on it. Normally, the meal goes downhill at this point, but Condor did something I’ve never seen before. The flight attendant announced that backup special meals were in the kitchen, just in case.

Condor A330 900neo business class gnocchi with cheese
The errant meal: gnocchi with cheese and asparagus.

After heating the meals, our flight attendants arrived saying that there were 2 different options, but only 1 of each, so we’d have to choose. I took the gnocchi (this time without cheese).

Condor A330 900neo business class gnocchi
The corrected meal: also gnocchi!

My wife took the Thai curry.

Condor A330 900neo business class Thai curry
My wife’s Thai curry.

Both meals were decent — nothing amazing, but they surely beat our original thought that we wouldn’t have a main dish for our meal. My flight attendant brought me a fruit plate at the end of the meal. My wife didn’t get a fruit plate and didn’t ask for it since she was attempting to avoid her rude flight attendant.

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A fruit plate during the flight.

An hour before landing, we received the light meal: a tray with fruits, a jelly dish that was quite odd, and a grilled vegetable sandwich. To be honest, this was rather boring.

Condor A330 900neo business class snack before landing
A vegetable sandwich and fruits as the light meal.



Wi-Fi was available on our flight, and I found information about accessing it while scrolling through the entertainment system and on this card in my seat pocket.

Condor A330 900neo business class wifi info card
The internet information card.

We could access 10 minutes of free chat service. Beyond that, services required payment. Prices ranged from €7 (~$7) for unlimited chat to €20 (~$21) for 4 hours of full internet access.

Condor inflight wifi pricing options
Pricing for internet options during the flight.

The fact that this was called “Premium” was a bit funny because the speeds were quite bad: less than 1 Mbps throughout the flight. I also lost the connection a few times during my 4 hours, but the service always came back within 2 minutes at most. I learned to save my work frequently.

Condor inflight wifi speeds
Onboard Wi-Fi speeds. Image Credit: Speedtest


We had 3 lavatories for business class passengers: 1 near the cockpit and 2 at the rear of the cabin. These had large, fold-down baby-changing tables but were otherwise quite basic.

Condor A330 900neo business class lavatory
Inside one of the business class lavatories.

The only things separating this lavatory from what you’ll find in economy were a bottle of lotion and some small cups. I found the presence of cups confusing. Did this mean I could drink the water here?

Condor A330 900neo business class lavatory lotion and cups
Lotion and cups in the lavatory.

And stripes were present here as well.

Condor A330 900neo business class lavatory striped walls
Stripes in the lavatories also.

Amenity Kit

The stripe theme continued with the amenity kit, which came in 2 parts.

Condor A330 900neo business class amenity kit bundle
The amenity kit was at my seat when I boarded.

After removing the outer packaging, the amenity kit had a cardboard box and a striped, zippered carrying bag.

Condor A330 900neo business class amenity kit
The large zipper bag for the amenity kit.

Inside the cardboard box, I found striped socks, a striped mask, a toothbrush, lip balm, and hand lotion.

Condor A330 900neo business class amenity kit contents
Amenity kit contents.


Each seat had a 17.3-inch TV screen built into the plastic molding of the seat in front. Interestingly, it wasn’t possible to start watching anything before takeoff.

After takeoff, menu options became available. The first page required choosing between Kids and Premium, which I understood as the adult section.

The screen initially showed some flight information before letting me access the multiple sub-menus, which made the system more complicated than necessary.

Condor A330 900neo business class entertainment system flight information
Flight information and the start of the menus.

The entertainment system had 3 menu pages: My Flight, Entertainment, and Condor Insights. The My Flight page had information about the Wi-Fi system, a flight map, and duty-free, but also the movies and music — strangely not located on the Entertainment menu. This page also had a café menu of snacks for purchase.

Condor A330 900neo business class entertainment system home page
The first menu page: My Flight.

Movie options were abundant, and multiple options for filtering and searching made it easy to find a movie by genre and language filters.

Condor A330 900neo business class entertainment system movies
Movie options during our flight.

There were numerous options in the music area, including albums by artists and playlists.

However, the music section was a big disappointment. First, each playlist was 35 minutes or less. Second, I couldn’t find a single band/artist I’d ever heard of before. None — and I have pretty eclectic taste.

Condor A330 900neo business class entertainment system music limitations
Music playlists didn’t include any bands I recognized.

The Entertainment tab also provided a path to movies, TV shows, news, and podcasts.

Condor A330 900neo business class entertainment system entertainment page
The second menu page: entertainment.

The Condor Insights menu had information about the airline, its environmental initiatives, customs forms, and behind-the-scenes footage from various airline recordings. I could also access the duty-free magazine from this tab by clicking on the icon showing items and their prices — though this didn’t have any “duty-free” label.

The menu on the top of the screen allowed for turning the overhead light on and off and calling for a flight attendant. Other options included the flight map, saving items as favorites, settings, on/off, and a moon with Zs icon that I assumed to be “do not disturb.”

The “do not disturb” feature had 2 options: asking the flight crew to let you sleep or to wake you for meals.

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Do not disturb options from the menu.

A Bluetooth icon allowed passengers to connect their own headsets, which was a nice touch.

Within Settings, I found parental controls as well.


When considering the plane and its amenities in isolation, this would be an “above average” flight. However, the service started on the wrong foot and never recovered, though it did have a few flashes of brilliance.

The incident with the flight crew immediately assuming my wife didn’t belong in business class started our experience on the wrong note. My wife was 1 of 2 non-white passengers in business class on this flight. After the flight, we spoke with the other (a black man seated 2 rows behind us), and he said that this same awkwardness happened to him at boarding as well.

When serving the preflight beverages, the flight attendant on my side quickly realized I spoke very little German and then spoke to me in English for the rest of the flight. While getting her welcome drink, my wife informed the flight attendant on her side of the plane that she didn’t speak German. That attendant consistently spoke to my wife in German throughout the rest of the flight despite multiple reminders. It made for a really frustrating experience.

My wife’s flight attendant was responsible for serving roughly 10 passengers, and my wife was the only Latinx woman among those passengers. The flight attendant remembered to speak to other passengers in English but only spoke to my wife in German.

We limited our interactions with her after my wife went to the bathroom and the flight attendant closed the curtain in her face and told her, “This bathroom is for business class only.” It was beyond rude, and there was no way the flight attendant couldn’t remember my wife was a business class passenger by that point. It seemed like she was discriminating against my wife on purpose. Even if she genuinely thought an economy passenger was trying to use the bathroom in business class, that wasn’t the right way to handle it.

Once the meal service ended, we tried to avoid my wife’s flight attendant for the rest of the flight. She insisted on speaking to my wife in German, despite multiple reminders, and was rude whenever given the opportunity. When we wanted more water, we watched for my flight attendant and asked her to bring it for both of us.

After the flight, while waiting in the customs hall, we talked to the other non-white passenger from business class — a black man in his late 50s who’d been seated 2 rows behind my wife. He had the same flight attendant. We wanted to know how his experience with the flight attendant was.

His first response was that she gave him “weird vibes” from the moment he walked onto the plane, that she insisted on speaking to him in German (despite him saying he only knows about 10 words in German), that she was rude, and that he’d decided to sleep for as much of the flight as possible to not have to deal with her. That’s a pretty horrendous description of a flight in business class.

Looking back, we probably should’ve switched seats at some point during the flight. It didn’t occur to us at the time. However, that shouldn’t be necessary when flying in an airline’s premium cabin. And as the other gentleman pointed out during our discussion, “It doesn’t matter that you’re in business class. No one should be treated like this, no matter what cabin you’re flying in. People are equals.”

We received a survey from Alaska Airlines after the flight (since that’s how we booked) and also emailed some feedback to Condor. We were 100% honest about the service and what we could only understand to be discrimination based on skin color. Neither airline has responded. It truly soured the “service” aspect of this flight.

Arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

Once we landed at JFK, we were happy to depart from the middle door between business and economy because we wouldn’t have to pass my wife’s rude flight attendant and have any more encounters with her. The door opened quickly, business class passengers deplaned first, and we rushed to get off the plane as quickly as possible.

Final Thoughts

We were pretty excited about this flight and had a few weeks to reflect on it before I sat down to write this review. Neither Condor nor Alaska has responded to our comments saying that the 2 non-white passengers in our cabin both felt they were mistreated based on skin color. That’s pretty sad.

Our experience at the airport before getting on the plane was largely positive. The hard product on our flight was a solid 7/10, which is pretty good. And my flight attendant was excellent. If I’d flown alone, this would be a very different review. Unfortunately, I can’t overlook what happened on the other aisle or the overly negative experience of the person sitting beside me. Do flight attendants have bad days and come off as rude sometimes? Sure. But this felt like something more than just a sour mood; it felt intentional, and that’s messed up.

There is zero chance I would fly Condor again until there are massive changes to ensure this type of treatment doesn’t happen to other passengers. That would start with a heartfelt apology, but that doesn’t seem to be coming.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What airline alliance is Condor in?

Condor isn’t in an alliance. It has partnerships with several airlines, but it’s not in SkyTeam, Oneworld, or Star Alliance.

How many seats are on Condor's A330-900neo?

There are 30 seats in business class arranged in a 1-2-1 layout. There are 64 premium economy seats and 216 economy seats.

What are the best seats on the Condor A330neo business class?

If you’re willing to pay for the upgrade, the prime seats in the first row offer more space, a larger TV screen, and a guest seat for dining with your companion.

What is Condor's rewards loyalty program?

Condor doesn’t have a rewards program or loyalty program like most airlines. If you purchase a Condor flight, you can credit the miles to Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan or Emirates Skywards.

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About Ryan Smith

Ryan completed his goal of visiting every country in the world in December of 2023 and now plans to let his wife choose their destinations. Over the years, he’s written about award travel for publications including AwardWallet, The Points Guy, USA Today Blueprint, CNBC Select, Tripadvisor, and Forbes Advisor.


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