Why is all-A220 operator airBaltic wet leasing four A320s?
Latvian flag carrier airBaltic has announced it will wet lease four Airbus A320s during the summer season this year.
Jets replace turboprops after double Dash 8 retirement
Two airlines recently phased out of their turboprop fleet in favour of an all-jet roster
Why a one-week-old airBaltic A220 flew to Africa
AirBaltic’s newest Airbus A220 has had a very busy first week.
airBaltic records MAJOR milestone with its Airbus A220s
The carrier has confirmed an important milestone was reached with its fleet of Airbus A220-300s. Find out exactly what this was right here…
airBaltic begins scheduled flights to Africa
This morning (October 31), the Riga-based carrier added both a new destination and continent to its scheduled route map. Find out where on Key.Aero…
Maiden African destination for airBaltic unveiled
Latvian-based firm, airBaltic, has made an eye-catching announcement after it revealed today (June 14) plans for its first-ever scheduled connection to Africa.
Where you can see this Ukrainian 737 across Europe now
A single Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) Boeing 737-900ER is currently being seen at a plethora of destinations across Europe, ranging from Lisbon and Oslo to Berlin and Larnaca. Find out why…
Why is there an airBaltic A220 in Singapore?
It’s not lost, it’s meant to be there...
Onboard world's longest scheduled A220 flight with airBaltic
The Airbus A220 is a hugely versatile regional aircraft that’s also well suited to longer sectors. Andreas Spaeth discusses its quirks with airBaltic’s chief pilot as they fly from Riga to Tenerife
European airline to operate highest density A220 ever!
As fuel prices surge, passenger demand soars and supply chains are squeezed, airlines are looking more closely than ever for ways to boost efficiencies. Alongside options such as surcharges to tickets and the scrapping of marginal routes, there are longer term solutions which make sense for some carriers looking to bolster their balance sheet