Air Baltic hopes key pillars of its future strategy can be cemented within the next few months now that the airline has returned to profitability in the first half of the year. The carrier, owned by the government of Latvia, has been investigating several strategic scenarios that have been presented to its shareholder. But major decisions are expected to be delayed until after Latvia’s general elections slated for October. According to CEO Martin Gauss, one of the options includes ...

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