Condor Flugdienst, operating as Thomas Cook Airlines' German arm, plans to sell its remaining fleet of six Boeing 757-200s to cut capacity down to market demand. Condor management, in a notice to employees, said that selling the aircraft was the only viable option for the airline and that job reductions would be directly linked to the phaseout. The note also said there were no plans to dissolve Condor or reintegrate it into Lufthansa. Condor has 15 757-200s, of which it operates ...

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