AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss, pictured with Bombardier executives Frank Cromer (L) and Robert Dewar (R).
Latvian carrier airBaltic has celebrated the arrival of its first Bombardier CSeries 300 (CS300) and could potentially use the smaller CS100 for its turboprop replacement. Bombardier handed over the first production CS300 to launch operator airBaltic in Montreal on Nov. 28. The aircraft arrived in Riga on Nov. 30 and was formally unveiled in front of 2,000 guests during a celebration on Dec. 1. “The aircraft flew from Montreal to Stockholm [purely to pace the timing of the arrival]. ...
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