Latvian flag carrier airBaltic has taken delivery of the fifth and the sixth of eight Airbus A220-300s it is expecting to get this year. airBaltic has ordered 50 of the aircraft, 38 of which have been delivered. Since May 2020, the A220-300 has been the sole type of plane used by the carrier – which it said helps in “minimising the complexity and benefiting from the additional efficiency provided by the aircraft”, which it said is “considerably quieter” and emits 20% less carbon dioxide and 50% less nitrogen oxide than older aircraft of a similar size.
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