European leisure group Thomas Cook will decide on the renewal of its long-haul fleet before the end of the year. According to Christoph Debus, head of the group’s airline division, replacing Condor’s aging fleet of 16 Boeing 767-300ERs is the top priority. He said both young used and new aircraft are being considered, but he declined to give further details. The company is understood to be considering an order for either Airbus A330/A330neos or Boeing 787s. Condor’s ...

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