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airBaltic may order another 20 new airplanes this year

airBaltic may order another 20 new airplanes this year

RIGA (LETA) – The Latvian national airline airBaltic may place another order for about 20 new airplanes this year, the airline’s CEO, Martin Gauss, told the press on March 28.
He said that the order would be in line with the company’s business plan, Horizon 2021, because airBaltic wanted to replace its 12 Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft and to expand the fleet.
Gauss said this order might be larger than the one placed with Bombardier for CS300 airplanes and it was possible that airBaltic would continue cooperating with Bombardier in renewal of its fleet.
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