AirBaltic 737-500. By Rob Finlayson AirBaltic (BT) is moving forward with privatization plans as the government-owned carrier anticipates its cost-cutting program leading to profitability by 2014. BT CEO Martin Gauss told ATW in Riga the carrier is “open for investors” although the timing for when the cost of shares will be announced has not yet been decided. Gauss also confirmed the carrier is in talks with potential investors, which include airlines and investment ...

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