AirBaltic next month will start evaluating an order for up to 30 new narrowbodies to replace its current fleet comprising 10 737-500s, eight 737-300s and two 757-200s, VP Corporate Communications Janis Vanags confirmed to this website. The order will be for either 737s or A320 family aircraft, he said, emphasizing that the carrier wants to operate a single narrowbody aircraft type. The new aircraft will be acquired through a mix of operating and financial leases. "The first new narrowbodies ...

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