Doing Things The Baltic Way

Having faced financial turmoil less than a decade ago, airBaltic is in the midst of renaissance, with an ambitious growth plan and fleet renewal programme well under way. Martin Needham speaks to the company’s CEO and chairman of the board, Martin Gauss, as the company looks to a brighter future.
 
Martin Gauss joined the company as its CEO in November 2011. Martin Needham

At around 7pm on August 23, 1989, approximately two million Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians joined hands, forming a human chain from Vilnius in the south, through Riga, to Tallinn in the north. The Baltic Way, a peaceful protest against the Soviet Union’s occupation of the three countries, connected their capitals in a statement of solidarity and defiance.

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