Latvian Airline Cars
December 13, 2011 by staff
They will be asked to make a 50 euro ($67) down payment while in the air and complete the purchase once they land.
“AirBaltic is the world’s first airline to start selling cars on board,” the carrier’s German chief executive Martin Gauss said.
“Naturally, we still believe that flying is smarter than driving whenever possible.”
The airline has just emerged from a bitter ownership battle which resulted in the state upping its stake in the company on December 1 from 52 per cent to 99 per cent.
The buyout took place to save the airline from possible insolvency following the collapse of two of its main creditors, Baltic banks Krajbanka and Snoras.
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