airBaltic receives its final Airbus A220-300 for the year 2018


Riga - On December 1st, Latvian flag carrier airBaltic has received its 14th Airbus A220-300 registered as YL-CSM. With the arrival of new aircraft, the airline completed deliveries for 2018.

airBaltic launched operations with Airbus A220-300 on December 14, 2016. Since then, the A220-300s of the airline have landed at over 70 airports in more than 35 countries and have carried over 1,850,000 passengers on 17,684 flights. Moscow, Amsterdam, Paris, London, and Barcelona are the most frequent destinations.

airBaltic is expected to have 22 Airbus A220-300 aircraft on its fleet by the end of 2019.

This summer airBaltic has improved the cabins of its last three Airbus A220-300 with new seats offering more legroom, new pockets behind the seats for magazines, as well as hangers next to the seats for jackets.

In the summer of 2019, airBaltic will launch three new destinations from Tallinn to Malaga, Brussels, and Copenhagen as well as new direct routes from Riga to Stuttgart and Lviv.



Mitsubishi Aircraft to launch a new development center in Montreal

Report criticizes FAA for certification process of the 737 MAXs

Boeing 787-9 with full-body decal will be on display at the "Future of Flight" next week

Boeing 777X test incident to have no major consequences

Boeing deliveries are at historical low


Gulf Air welcomes its 7th Dreamliner

Corsair poised to become a premium service provider

Mitsubishi Aircraft to launch a new development center in Montreal

Scandinavian Airlines reveals its new corporate livery

Ural Airlines expands its fleet with Airbus's A320neos