Lithuanian leisure carrier Small Planet Airlines said it would add six Airbus aircraft to its fleet in 2018, taking the total up to 28, and expects to become the largest carrier in the Baltic States in terms of passengers, fleet and revenue this year. The airline reported a 2017 profit of €5.1 million ($6.3 million), up from a 2016 loss and saw revenues grow 45% year-on-year to €323.1 million. The carrier transported 2.7 million passengers, a rise of 35%. It hopes to carry nearly ...

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