AirBaltic Eyes Further Nordic Base Opportunities Amid Plans To Double A220 Fleet

AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss

AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss speaks at Routes Europe 2023 in Lodz, Poland.

Credit: Ocean Driven Media
LODZ, Poland—AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss is ultimately planning to double his Airbus A220 fleet to 100 aircraft, opening up opportunities for 60 aircraft to be placed outside of his carrier’s Baltic home market. Riga-based airBaltic, which already operates 41 A220-300s, is set to grow to 50 aircraft...

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