Latvian carrier airBaltic is considering its fleet renewal strategy for up to 14 Bombardier Q400s, which will come up for replacement in six years. Riga-based airBaltic currently operates 12 Q400s, as well as five Boeing 737-500s and seven 737-300s. The 737s will be replaced with 20 CS300s, which are scheduled to start arriving from October 2016, but airBaltic is yet to decide on its Q400 strategy. Speaking at the Farnborough Airshow, airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss said the leases on the Q400s ...

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