AirBaltic 737-500. By Rob Finlayson Latvian national airline AirBaltic (BT) will receive €153.7 million ($201.9 million) in new capital financed by its two main shareholders, the Latvian government and Baltic Aviation Systems (BAS), Latvian media reported. The country’s prime minister Valdis Dombrovskis announced Tuesday that the government of Latvia and BAS reached agreement and would jointly inject the capital into airBaltic. The Latvian government will secure ...

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