Latvian carrier AirBaltic (BT) has signed a letter of intent (LOI) covering 10 CSeries CS300s, which will be used to renew its jet fleet. Speaking at the Farnborough Airshow, BT CEO Martin Gauss said Airbus and Boeing were also in the running, but just days ago the company decided to go with Bombardier. “We did an evaluation of these three manufacturers and clearly this aircraft is the most efficient aircraft for AirBaltic. It is the aircraft, economy-wise, which offered the ...

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