airBaltic records 10 million Airbus A220-300 passengers

Today, November 8, the Latvian airline airBaltic reached the 10 million passenger mark and continues to travel Airbus A220-300 Airplane. Since the beginning of commercial operation with the A220 As of December 14, 2016, the airline has flown more than 114,000 flights and more than 251,000 block hours.

Martin Gauss, President and CEO of airBaltic: “I am delighted to be able to record and celebrate such an important milestone in the history of our company and our fleet together with our partners and passengers. Since becoming the first airline in the world to begin commercial operations with the Airbus A220-300, formerly known as the Bombardier CS300, we have benefited greatly from the flight experience that this aircraft provides.”

Over the last six years, the A220 has definitely become the backbone and calling card of the airline’s operations, loved and loved by our team and our customers. Since May 2020, all airBaltic flights are operated by a single type fleet, which significantly improves many areas of our business‘ Gauss added.

In the coming months will be added to the fleet airBaltic gets four new ones A220 deliveries, reaching 50 such aircraft by early 2024. airBaltic holds 30 options and subscription rights for the same type of aircraft.

Riga, 11/08/2022

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