AirBaltic invests continuously for the maintenance of its growing Airbus A220 fleet

Emilie Drab

2021/02/11 | 359 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
AirBaltic invests continuously for the maintenance of its growing Airbus A220 fleet © airBaltic

Since 2019, when its maintenance facility obtained Part-145 certification for line and base maintenance for its new Airbus A220-300 fleet, airBaltic has been developing this activity. The low-cost carrier has announced that it has completed heavy maintenance (C-Check) of its first seven A220s and continues to invest in its capacities with the plan to open a new MRO hangar by 2024.

AirBaltic currently has twenty-five aircraft in its fleet, the majority of which are in service. Among these...(…)

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