Latvian carrier airBaltic carried 3.2 million passengers during the first nine months of 2018, up 18% year-over-year (YOY). For full-year, the carrier forecasts it will transport 4 million passengers, up from 3.5 million YOY, airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss told ATW. From January-September, the number of flights increased 12% YOY. “We can expect to also see passenger growth for the remainder of the year,” he said. “But airBaltic should have to increase the number of ...

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