airBaltic has taken delivery of its 47th A220-300, registered as YL-ABU, in its main hub in Riga. This is the first delivery of 2024 for the Latvian national carrier and comprises part of a 50-strong aircraft order between Airbus and airBaltic. These will be augmented by a firm purchase agreement for a further 30 aircraft, signed in November 2023, which also offers purchase rights for an additional 20 aircraft. airBaltic has operated all its flights with the A220-300 since May 2020, ‘thus minimizing the complexity and benefiting from the additional efficiency provided by the aircraft,’ notes the airline. Currently the

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