Which Airlines Operate Both Versions Of The Airbus A220/CSeries?
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The Airbus A220 is lauded by both carriers and passengers alike. In a recent interview, airBaltic's CEO Martin Gauss said it had changed his airline completely.
The jet, originally conceptualized as the Bombardier CSeries, is also being touted as the perfect post-pandemic plane. But which airlines are operating both the A220-100 and the A220-300?
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Designed for the 100-150 seat market, there are two variants of the A220.
The smaller A220-100 has a length of 35 meters, a range of 6,390 km, and 100-120 seats in a two-class configuration. Its larger sibling, the A220-300, is 38.7 meters long, can fly 6,297 km, and...
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