airBaltic (BT, Riga) has wet-leased one more aircraft, an A320-200 from Bulgaria's Fly2Sky (F6, Sofia), to support its operations during April 2023.

LZ-FSA (msn 4247) was ferried from Plovdiv to Riga on April 6, 2023, and entered into revenue service on behalf of the Latvian carrier on the same day. This is the first contract for the aircraft under Fly2Sky's purview, as it was only added to the Bulgarian carrier's fleet very recently.

Fly2Sky said the wet lease would continue for the whole of April 2023.

The Bulgarian A320 wet-lease comes on top of previously announced medium-term contracts for an A319-100 from Carpatair, A320 from Cyprus Airways, and another A320 from DAT leased until the end of May 2023 to cover delayed A220-300 deliveries. The carrier was also wet-leasing a CRJ900 from Xfly (Estonia) in early April but the regional jet appears to have returned to the Estonian airline. airBaltic confirmed that the A320 from Fly2Sky was incremental on top of the previously announced contracts

The Latvian carrier is separately wet-leasing four A320-200s from Avion Express Malta for the entire Summer 2023 season.