Latvian carrier airBaltic will phase out its 11 remaining Boeing 737s by 2020 and 12 Bombardier Q400s by 2022, leaving it with an all Airbus A220-300 fleet. AirBaltic was the A220-300 launch customer, when the program was branded as the Bombardier CSeries. It was renamed the A220 in early July. The airline’s total A220-300 commitments to date stand at 50 firm orders and 30 options, with initial decisions on these options expected from around 2019. Speaking to ATW at the Farnborough ...

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