Latvian carrier airBaltic still plans to launch the Bombardier CS300 into commercial service this year, but it will receive fewer CS300s than planned in 2016. AirBaltic had expected to take delivery of its first CS300, the larger variant of the CSeries for which it is the global launch operator, at the end of October. That delivery is now expected to come later, according to the airline, but entry-into-service (EIS) in the fourth quarter is still planned. Bombardier confirmed to ATW that ...

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