Why is there an airBaltic A220 in Singapore?

One of the Airbus A220’s main selling points is its endurance, as airBaltic has demonstrated by flying the 148-seater on links between its Riga base and Dubai and Tenerife. However, the jet’s long legs don’t quite stretch as far as Australia, Singapore or Japan.

So what is one of airBaltic’s 34 A220-300s doing knocking about in the Asia-Pacific region?


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