airBaltic can look back on a very good second quarter and first half year, as the airline from the Baltic States presented a significant improvement in its results. The carrier turned around a deep loss and produced its highest-ever HY1 revenues. This could have been...
airBaltic is in discussions with Airbus to exercise options for thirty Airbus A220-300s and place twenty new options. The latter would offer the airline the flexibility to opt for the stretched A220-500 when Airbus launches that version. CEO Martin Gauss confirmed a...
airBaltic is forced to wet-lease in another four aircraft for the early summer season because Pratt & Whitney is unable to return repaired Geared Turbofan engines for its own Airbus A220-300s in time. The Nordic airline did little to hide its frustrations in a...
airBaltic will induct four Airbus A320ceo’s into its fleet this summer season to make sure it has adequate capacity for its own operations and for those of other customers that wet-lease the airline’s own A220-300s. The carrier will wet-lease-in the four A320s from...
airBaltic is set to become the first airline in Europe to use the SpaceX Starlink satellite communications system onboard its Airbus A220-fleet, offering Wi-Fi even for free. But exactly when it is available to passengers depends on when regulators certify the system...
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