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CEO Interview: AirBaltic Eyes A321XLR for the Near Future

Will AirBaltic (BT) consider the Airbus A321XLR to cater to certain leisure destinations rather than rush into widebodies?


airBaltic Resumes Cargo Ops from Ukraine, Tours A220

airBaltic (BT) has reopened cargo operations from Kyiv, Ukraine in a mail transport system collaboration with UkrPoshta.


Ukraine Intl. Airlines, airBaltic Launch Partner Flights

Ukraine International Airlines (PS) and airBaltic (BT) have agreed to wet-lease medium-haul Boeing 737-900 aircraft.

Airlines Deliveries

airBaltic Takes Delivery of 34th Airbus A220neo

Latvia's national carrier, airBaltic (BT), has received its 34th A220-300. BT is currently the world’s largest operator of the type. 


AirBaltic to Wet-lease 11 A220 Due to Ukraine Crisis

After halting operations in Ukraine and Russia due to the ongoing conflict, airBaltic (BT) will wet-lease a portion of its A220s.


#FlybackFriday — airBaltic CS300 Trip Report

Reported by Enrique Perrella • Airways Magazine, June 2018 During my two-week vacation in Europe, our final destination was St. Petersburg, Russia. To get there the common European legacy carriers offered a myriad of flight and aircraft options via the

Airshows DAS2023 Industry

DAS2023: Full Airshow Recap, Final Analysis

In this final recap, revisit each pivotal moment etched in the history of the 10th edition of the Dubai Airshow.

DAS2023 Industry

DAS2023 Day 1 Recap: Boeing for the Win

Spanning across seven announcements, Day 1 of DAS2023 saw an impressive total of over 300 orders placed by commercial airlines in Europe and the Middle East.


Airlines, Boeing, DAS2023 DAS2023: SCAT Airlines Orders Seven Boeing 737-8 by Helwing Villamizar November 14, 2023 Airbus, Airlines, DAS2023 DAS2023: EgyptAir Selects Airbus for Widebody Expansion by Adrian Nowakowski November 14, 2023 DAS2023, Industry DAS2023 Day 1 Recap: Boeing for

Airlines Highflyer Interview

Interview: Turkish Airlines CEO, Bilal Ekşi

Recently, Airways interviewed Turkish Airlines CEO Bilal Ekşi, who described how the airline's global network is faring as tourism to Türkiye recovers.

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