Latvian carrier airBaltic is planning to open its first aircraft bases outside of the Baltics after 2020 and is nearing a decision on its Airbus A220 options. AirBaltic has 50 Airbus A220s on order, plus 30 options, which it will use to replace its current fleet of Boeing 737s and Bombardier Q400s. Over the coming days, airBaltic’s 14th A220-300 will join the fleet. Speaking at the Aviation Club in London Nov. 8, airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss said 36 of the A220s will be used for direct ...

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