I also understood this as a record regarless of the aircraft type. But then when you keep reading it appears to be a record for the CS300.... If thats the case then there isn't much to brag in terms of 'world record' as there are only a handfull of CS300 delivered to two operators,
"It is the first time that a turnaround for an inaugural CS300 commercial flight has been carried out so promptly."
Still a turnaround of less than an hour on delivery is quite impressive..... but a world record regardless of aircraft type? not sure...
source: https://airinsight.com/airbaltics-growi ... nce-cs300/
It's a record for a newly delivered aircraft, not just a turnaround in general.
They obviously did their post delivery work in Canada or Bombardier did it for them.
Typically emergency equipment, company manuals, emergency cards, mags get loaded.
I suppose with coordination and manpower anything is possible. It's not a super big airplane.
Although they could have taken it aboard in Canada and just distributed it during the ferry flight.