Latvian carrier Air Baltic officially received its first Airbus A220-branded jet today, as the aircraft arrived in Riga.
The narrowbody is the 10th A220-300 to join its fleet. The other nine arrived branded as the Bombardier CS300, including one displayed at this week's Farnborough air show to unveil the new name.
Air Baltic expects to have 14 aircraft of the variant in service by the end of 2018.
Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that the airline has 40 outstanding orders for the A220-300, plus 15 options and a letter of intent to order 15 more. Alongside the 10 A220s, it has 11 Boeing 737s and 12 Bombardier Q400s in service.
Airbus took over the CSeries programme on 1 July and officially redesignated the aircraft as the A220 a few days later.