German carrier Condor has introduced a new mattress topper for premium passengers travelling on its A330 neo aircraft.
The airline said that the “seven-layer” product had been specially developed for the business class seats on its new Airbus long-haul aircraft.
Condor took delivery of its first A330 neo in December last year, and currently has five of the aircraft in its fleet, with features including a business class seat which converts into a 199cm fully-flat bed.
Current destinations for the carrier’s A330 neo include Mauritius, the Maldives, Punta Cana, Varadero, New York JFK and Cancun.
All of Condor’s newly-delivered aircraft sport the airline’s striking new striped livery design, which it said had been inspired by “parasols, bath towels and beach chairs”.
The stripes come in five colours – yellow, red, blue, green and beige – which the airline says “stand for the facets of the diversity of Condor’s guests, employees and the multitude of opportunities to discover the world with Condor”.
The livery has certainly divided opinion, with one Business Traveller reader describing it as “the most ugly livery ever”, and another stating that it was “nice to see something distinctive”.