airBaltic has reported a strong start to the year with January traffic up 16% compared to the same month last year. A total of 287,900 passengers were carried across 3,170 flights, a 4% increase in services from 2023. “Our focus this year is on expanding our fleet and destination offerings, a step towards not only recovering to pre-pandemic levels but also surpassing them,” said airBaltic president and CEO Martin Guss. In 2023, the Latvian national carrier transported around 4.5 million passengers; 36% more than in 2022. Additionally, the airline has closed a sale-leaseback deal with Revenue Capital Partners (RCP) and

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