Latvian carrier Air Baltic is hoping to decide on its 10 Bombardier CSeries options this year, building on the order for 10 CS300s which it placed in December 2012. Air Baltic is bringing in the 10 firm-ordered CS300s, configured with 148 seats, from the fourth quarter of 2015 to replace its five Boeing 737-500s and eight 737-300s. However, this would mean a fleet contraction to 10 aircraft, leaving no scope for growth. Its remaining fleet is made up of 12 Q400s and two 757s, although ...
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