RIGA - Currently most of airBaltic’s Airbus A220-300 aircraft are parked wing by wing at Riga International Airport, waiting for the moment they can take off above the clouds again. Only some of them continue operating special flights to bring home the inhabitants of the Baltic States and transport face masks and respirators for medical needs.
Meanwhile the technical department continues working around the clock to fully service the aircraft and keep airBaltic fleet in tip-top flying shape to bring full network back online as soon as it’s safe to do so.
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