These two aircraft, registered MSN 55094 and 55095, are the last of five aircraft delivered under a long-term lease with airBaltic as part of a sale-leaseback transaction covered by a commitment announced on November 20, 2019 .
Launching the A220-300 in 2013 (at the time CSeries owned by Bombardier), airBaltic operates a fleet composed exclusively of A220s, with 25 aircraft today, and serves 65 destinations in Europe. Its main shareholder is the State of Latvia, which owns 96.14% of the shares.
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« AirBaltic continues to expand its services safely in the wake of the pandemic crisis, and offers more than 65 destinations from the three Baltic countries, » said Vitolds Jakovevs, head of financial affairs for the Latvian company. These aircraft exceed our company’s expectations for overall performance and fuel efficiency, while providing an excellent in-flight experience. »