Aviation Trivia #110

Condor 767. Photo by Dennis Creuz/Wikimedia CommonsCondor 767. Photo by Dennis Creuz/Wikimedia Commons

Did you know that the German leisure airline Condor used to be owned by Lufthansa before being sold to the British travel company Thomas Cooke? The changes of ownership are reflected in the airline’s livery: the old paintscheme featured the blue and yellow of Lufthansa, as well as a stylized bird on the tail, similar to Lufthansa’s crane livery. After the Thomas Cooke acquisition, the livery was changed to one which features a yellow heart on a grey tail, similar to Thomas Cooke’s yellow and blue livery.

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