airBaltic unveils one more A220-300 painted with the national flag of a Baltic State


Vilnius - After honoring Estonia and Latvia with an aircraft painted with the colors of national flags of those countries, airBaltic has now unveiled another Airbus A220-300 featuring Lithuanian flag on its livery.

The aircraft will be based in Vilnius to fly Lithuanian passengers to other European destinations from this winter.

The three Airbus A220 in the colors of the Baltic States underline the multinational focus of airBaltic. The airline aims to be the flag carrier of the Baltic states.

airBaltic A220-300 with Latvian flag

airBaltic A220-300 with Estonian flag

The Baltic carrier currently operates 19 Airbus A220-300 and has 31 more on order waiting to be delivered.

CEO Martin Gauss said that A220-300 exceeded the company's expectations in terms of performance, fuel economy and passenger comfort.

airBaltic A220-300 cabin

airBaltic also eyes the Airbus's newly launched long-range jet A321XLR to launch transatlantic flights from Baltic capitals.

Also Read: airBaltic considers adding Airbus A321XLR in the long-run

airBaltic is the largest carrier in the Baltic region with bases in Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius.

The originally Latvian airline connects both Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius with various European cities.



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