AirBaltic Confident In Its Business amid A220 Fleet Growth @ainonline UTC AirBaltic chief executive Martin Gauss rejects the idea that the Riga, Latvia-based airline might fall into what IATA chief economist senior Brian Pearce described as "a long trail of weaker airlines" in Europe that could follow the fate of Wow Air, Flybmi, Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Aigle Azur, XL Airways, and Adria Airways, all of which filed for bankruptcy this year. "If we would have an economic downturn, we will be able to adjust faster than others because of the 150-seater aircraft we have focused our business plan on." Prev Next Comments

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