Fly2Sky announces A321 contract with airBaltic

A Fly2Sky Airbus A321 on the tarmac.
Photo Credit: Fly2Sky

Fly2Sky, a leading aviation company, has announced its latest collaboration with airBaltic through a new ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) contract.

The contract entails Fly2Sky providing airBaltic with an Airbus A321, LZ-FSC, for a period of five months, from June to October.

This agreement solidifies the partnership between the two companies and demonstrates Fly2Sky’s commitment to supporting airBaltic’s operations.

The ACMI alliance will enable Fly2Sky to cater to the airline’s growing customer demand effectively, positioning the aircraft in Riga, the capital of Latvia, and a key hub for airBaltic.

Expanding Footprint in the EU

With this new agreement, Fly2Sky is set to expand its footprint in the European Union market. Passengers can anticipate a wide range of exciting destinations and exceptional service as Fly2Sky operates flights on behalf of airBaltic.

 By leveraging their expertise and resources, Fly2Sky aims to deliver reliable operations and a comfortable travel experience to passengers.

A Seamless ACMI Solution

The partnership between Fly2Sky and airBaltic reflects the trust and confidence that airBaltic has in Fly2Sky’s capabilities.

Aleksandrs Gusevs, the Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Fly2Sky, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “We are happy to collaborate with airBaltic again. This partnership is a testament to the trust and confidence that airBaltic has in our capabilities and expertise.”


“We are fully committed to providing them with a seamless ACMI solution, supporting their ambitious growth plans in the European market.”

Supporting airBaltic’s Growth Plans

The Latvian flag carrier has been rapidly expanding its operations and network. The partnership with Fly2Sky will further facilitate airBaltic’s growth plans, allowing them to meet the increasing demand for flights within the European market.

With Fly2Sky’s provision of the Airbus A321, airBaltic can enhance its fleet capacity and offer its customers enhanced travel options.

The new A321

Fly2Sky only recently announced the new Airbus A321 aircraft; another milestone in its ACMI operations. The new Airbus has a capacity of 154 passengers, boasting 23 luxurious business class seats and 131 economy class seats.

The Airbus A321, registered as LZ-FSC, is now based in Sofia, Bulgaria, and airBaltic now appears set to become the first customer for the new aircraft.

Configuration: 131Y + 23C

Current Base: Sofia, Bulgaria 


The ACMI contract between Fly2Sky and airBaltic marks a significant milestone in their ongoing partnership. With Fly2Sky’s commitment to providing a seamless ACMI solution, airBaltic can focus on its ambitious growth plans in the European market.

Passengers can look forward to a comfortable and reliable travel experience as Fly2Sky supports the Latvian airline’s operations and expands its presence in the European Union.

This collaboration highlights the mutual trust and confidence between the two companies, paving the way for continued success in the aviation industry.

By Len Varley - Assistant Editor 4 Min Read
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