AirBaltic Q400 AirBaltic (BT) is planning to add up to three Bombardier Q400s this winter and is mulling its options as four Boeing 737s come to the end of its lease. Riga-based BT operates 34-aircraft, comprising two Boeing 757-200s, eight 737-300s, six 737-500s, eight Bombardier Q400s and 10 Fokker 50s. By 2017, all of the 737 leases will have expired. During the Farnborough Airshow, BT announced plans to replace its jet fleet between 2015 and 2017 with 10 Bombardier CSeries ...

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