Latvian carrier Air Baltic has received a third Bombardier CS300.

The airline, which is taking 20 of the type, is aiming to introduce at least 13 new routes this year as a result of the fleet modernisation.

Air Baltic, one of two carriers in Europe using the CSeries twinjets, says the third aircraft (YL-CSC) arrived on 1 April.

Swiss International Air Lines is the other operator, with six of the smaller CS100.

But the airline says it is set to take delivery of its first CS300 next month, which will be stationed at Geneva.

Swiss has just placed its first CSeries aircraft, a CS100, at its Geneva base.

By the end of 2018, once all 30 CSeries ordered by Swiss have been delivered, the airline will operate an all-CSeries fleet from Geneva.

Source: Cirium Dashboard