AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss sees the newly launched Airbus A321XLR as an ideal aircraft for transatlantic operations from the airline’s Baltic home market, although airBaltic’s own short-haul focus remains unchanged. Airbus launched the A321XLR on the first day of the 2019 Paris Air Show, attracting orders and conversions from several customers, including Air Lease Corp., Philippine LCC Cebu Pacific, Indigo Partners, International Airlines Group (IAG) and Australian flag carrier ...

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