Latvian carrier airBaltic will end Boeing 737 operations in fall 2019, one year earlier than planned, accelerating its transition to an all-Airbus A220-300 fleet. Riga-based airBaltic currently has a fleet of 34 aircraft: 14 A220-300s, six Boeing 737-300s, two 737-500s and 12 Bombardier Q400s. The airline phased out three 737-500s in late 2018, leaving it with eight. Two of the remaining 737s are owned by airBaltic and the other six are leased. The Boeing aircraft were originally ...

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