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Fred Cromer, Bombardier, and Martin Gauss, airBaltic

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Fred Cromer, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft and Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer, airBaltic.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | BOMBARDIER | FRED CROMER | AIRBALTIC | MARTIN GAUSS | C SERIES | CS300 | CS-300 | CS 300

Location : Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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