AirBaltic Brings In More Wet-Lease Aircraft To Mitigate Pratt Delays
Latvian carrier airBaltic plans to wet-lease more aircraft from March 27 to May 31 to mitigate the impact of delays in engine maintenance by Pratt & Whitney. The move comes just a few weeks after the airline had announced a separate wet-lease deal with Avion Express which it said would help...
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