German charter carrier Condor is replacing its aging DC-10 transports with stretched 757s to keep seat-mile costs low while increasing fleet commonality and flexibility. Rising fuel prices and slowing business following years of skyrocketing growth are creating new economic challenges to the wholly owned Lufthansa subsidiary. The 40-year-old carrier also faces strict night curfews at European airports, limiting scheduling flexibility. The Frankfurt-based airline, about the size ...

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