The Latvian parliament has agreed to increase the equity of national carrier airBaltic by €80 million ($87 million) as part of a deal to consolidate and increase its operations in the Baltic region. The parliament authorized the country’s finance minister to increase the appropriation for his department by up to €80 million, which will then be funneled into the airline. “The appropriation is needed to ensure further development of the national airline,” the ...

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