The Latvian airline airBaltic has set off on its first year of growth since the start of the make-or-break overhaul in 2012, demonstrating cheerful results - both on EBIT, net income and the passenger flow.“After an intensive period of turnaround, airBaltic is back on a profitable growth path and is able to offer lower prices and more destinations with our brand new aircraft. We look forward to new milestones in the future, although a lot now depends on a new strategic investor, as the Latvian government is set to give up its stake, or part of it, in the company,” says Mar...
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