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Bye Bye Boeing: airBaltic Sells Its 737 Simulator Following Airbus Move

It’s out with the old and in with the new at airBaltic, as the airline says farewell to its Boeing 737 flight simulator. ( More...

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Robert Cowling 2
If they don't need it anymore, why not sell it. Where's the 'news' here?
jptq63 1
I view the "news" is how Air Baltic is expanding its capabilities for the a220 (i.e. becoming a training center and maintenance center) and, I would say, diversifying from just being a passenger source of revenue. I do wonder how much they sold it (737 sim) for; i.e. no idea how much these things cost (and why do they have to cost that much besides supply limitations...).


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