AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss has sought reassurance from Bombardier on the future of the CSeries program following the breakdown of partnership talks between Airbus and Bombardier. While airBaltic remains very keen on the CS300 as the ideal replacement for its Boeing 737 fleet, Gauss is concerned about the lifespan of the program. AirBaltic is due to take its first CS300 in September 2016 and is the launch customer for the variant. “We would like a clear statement from Bombardier on ...

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