ceremonial roll out of first Boeing 757-300 in full Boeing c/s.
rgd to Condor Flugdienst.
at Dusseldorf with extra blue/yellow/blue 'C&N' sticker.
ferried Frankfurt-Bangor-Marana; for storage.
at Marana; stored.
begin of rebranding to 'Thomas Cook powered by Condor'.
ferried Marana-Bangor-Frankfurt as CFG670 (arrived 27/11/2003).
company returned to Condor brand name.
ferried Frankfurt-Bristol as CFG670; for repaint.
ferried Bristol-Frankfurt as CFG671 in 2002 Thomas Cook Airlines c/s with "Condor" titles and Thomas Cook tail logo.
at Hamburg with '50 years' sticker (applied after 25/03/2006).
at Hamburg with blended winglets (installed after 06/02/2010).
at Dusseldorf with 'Peanuts cartoons' on fuselage (applied after 23/06/2010).
at Vienna without 'Peanuts cartoons' on fuselage (removed after 18/01/2012).
at Dusseldorf with 'Janosch' cartoons and 'Sunny Heart' logo (applied after 26/05/2013).
at Antalya without 'Janosch' cartoons (removed after 17/08/2014).
at Frankfurt/FRA in 2013 Thomas Cook Airlines c/s with "Condor" titles on forward fuselage, small "Thomas Cook" titles on aft fuselage and Sunny Heart tail (repainted after 23/09/2018).
at Hamburg/HAM with Condor logo in tail & no longer "Thomas Cook" titles on aft fuselage (applied and removed after 31/12/2019).
last service: Las Palmas/LPA-Hamburg/HAM as CFG1519.
ferried Hamburg/HAM-Frankfurt/HHN as CFG4676; parked because of COVID-19 pandemic.
ferried Frankfurt/HHN-Dusseldorf/DUS as CFG4788.
ret to service: Dusseldorf/DUS-Lanzarote/ACE as CFG1420.
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