airBaltic to launch long-haul CSeries flights

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airBaltic will deploy the CSeries on its first long-haul route. The aircraft will be used to serve Abu Dhabi four times a week from the Latvian capital Riga, in cooperation with Etihad. The airline received its first CS300 in November, which was introduced on the Riga-Amsterdam sector in December. Service will commence on October 29, 2017.

“We are delighted to link Latvia and the UAE with our brand-new Bombardier CS300 that fly longer distances and reach airports that we were not able to serve with our fleet before. Our codeshare cooperation with Etihad Airways will offer convenient connections to passengers traveling from the Baltic airports to the UAE capital Abu Dhabi and further to key destinations in Australia, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, as well as provide new traveling opportunities from Abu Dhabi to European and Scandinavian airports” says AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss.

The airline previously served the UAE capital in cooperation with Etihad a few years ago using the Airbus A319.

 

 

 

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