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Electric planes to join Pilot Academy - airBaltic & Diamond sign LOI

airBaltic Training signed a LOI with Diamond Aircraft for the acquisition of three all-electric eDA40 and two DA42-VI aircraft. Thus, the airBaltic Pilot Academy's fleet will grow to 15 aircraft in total. This strategic move underscores airBaltic's commitment to sustainable aviation and the expansion of its Pilot Ac...

airBaltic continues growth and recruitment - more than 120 job positions open

airBaltic announces its ongoing recruitment, reflecting the company's commitment to growth, with more than 120 positions in total throughout various departments, including Cabin Crew, Pilots, Technicians, and others. Currently, airBaltic offers 60 available positions for Cabin Crew – 40 in Riga and 20 in Tallinn. Furthermore, airBaltic is hiring First Office...

airBaltic Pilot Academy receives its 10th Diamond Aircraft

At the beginning of May 2024, airBaltic Training accepted its tenth training aircraft – Diamond DA40 NG – for the airBaltic Pilot Academy, manufactured by Diamond Aircraft.​ It was publicly presented during the inaugural airBaltic Backstage Experience event, exclusively for holders of Planies NFTs, part of the airBaltic Club loyalt...

Collaborative future in aviation - Fokker Next Gen and airBaltic sign MoU

Fokker Next Gen and airBaltic signed a MoU that sets the stage for a collaborative future in aviation.This memorandum will leverage the insights of airBaltic to contribute to the development of the Fokker Next Gen liquid hydrogen combustion powered commercial aircraft. From airBaltic perspective, this is an opportunity to investigate hydrogen aircraft fit for the airline'&n...

airBaltic Q1 revenue up by 26%, reaching EUR 132 million

airBaltic prepares to publish its financial results for the first quarter of 2024, preliminary data already points to a strong performance. airBaltic continues to demonstrate operational excellence and confident business indicators, building on its record  results for the full year of 2023. According to preliminary indicators, total revenue for Q1 is expected to...

airBaltic invites to a unique Technical Department Open Day

airBaltic announces a unique Behind the Scenes Technical Department event on April 25, 2024 in its technical facilities in Riga—an unprecedented opportunity for professionals across various technical fields to explore the aviation industry from the inside and for those considering new career opportunities. This initiative is designed to attract individuals from diver...

From students to teachers: 10 airBaltic Pilot Academy graduates turn instructors

airBaltic announced that so far overall 10 graduates from the airBaltic Pilot Academy have joined the academy’s team as theoretical instructors, thereby significantly enhancing its educational personnel. This development mean that 10% of the academy's alumni, who joined the airline as First Officers, have also assumed roles within the academy, thus enriching the study prog...

airBaltic 47th Airbus A220-300 aircraft landed in Riga

On February 13, 2024 airBaltic welcomed its 47th Airbus A220-300 jet, registered as YL-ABU, in Riga. This is the first Airbus A220-300 delivery for airBaltic in 2024. It is a part of the 50 Airbus A220-300which airBaltic has ordered. Furthermore, in November 2023, the company announced a firm purchase agreement for 30 more&...