RIGA - The Latvian government will soon have to decide between Airbus and Boeing airplane bids in an effort to modernize the airBaltic fleet, said Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis (Unity) on Jan. 23, reports LETA. Latvia has already received a proposal from Airbus. An offer from Boeing is expected to follow soon.According to the current estimates, the airline’s fleet could be modernized at a price of around 800 million euros.Transport Minister Aivis Ronis in turn confirmed that a conceptual decision on the fleet’s modernization must be made by March. Initially, the a...
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