Riga-based carrier airBaltic is opening new routes on a scope and scale that would not have been possible without the Airbus A220-300 that is rapidly becoming the mainstay of its fleet. AirBaltic SVP-network management Wolfgang Reuss, addressing the Routes Europe conference in Hannover April 8, explained that the Latvian carrier made the decision to phase out its Boeing 737s and Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 turboprops so it can operate an all-A220 fleet. To accelerate the plan, airBaltic will ...

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