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Third aircraft with special livery

Air Baltic A220 wears Lithuanian colors

Air Baltic is already operating one plane each with the Latvian and Estonian national colors. Now Lithuania is also being honored on an Airbus A220.

Last year, the Latvian airline presented an aircraft painted in the national colors of Latvia. In June of this year, a tri-colored special livery with the colors of Estonia rolled out of the paint hangar. Now, the airline is finalizing its overall Baltic claim by optically repainting one of its Airbus A220-300 aircraft in the colors of Lithuania.

The multicolored aircraft with the registration YL-CSK also carries the name of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. Air Baltic underlines the growing demand in Lithuania. Airline boss Martin Gauss said: “Now the flags of all three Baltic states are proudly represented in the skies”.

In the picture gallery above you can see the three special liveries.

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