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

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Dana Ermolenko
Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Air Baltic

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 Officers and Senior First Officers (with a fast track command) on Airbus A220-300 aircraft. Additionally, in airBaltic’s Technical department, there are 17 open vacancies such as Aircraft Mechanic with aviation background, Aircraft Certifying Technician (B1 or B2) and others.

Alīna Aronberga, Senior Vice President Human Resources at airBaltic commernted: “As airBaltic continues its growth, we are looking for more people to come under our wing. Whether you are a recent graduate or a professional with experience who considers a new career path, we invite everyone to apply and explore the dynamic and exciting airline industry, where we provide various career growth opportunities. Furthermore, last month we launched the airBaltic Technical Academy, which will be the leading training initiative for individuals who wish to start or advance their careers in aircraft maintenance. With this initiative, we aim to provide students with a high-level education that will be beneficial for their future careers and will bring a significant contribution to the Latvian education development.” 

Last month, the airline launched its Technical Academy. The academy is now accepting applications till July 1, 2024 for its three specialized programs – RTU airBaltic Program, LVT airBaltic Program and Mechanics Program – in collaboration with Riga Technical University, Liepaja State Technical School, and the exclusive airBaltic Mechanics program, respectively. 

Meanwhile, the widely known airBaltic Pilot Academy is accepting applicants. Currently, there are 136 active students, the majority of whom are from the Baltic countries, although there are also students from other EU countries. Overall, more than 10% of airBaltic Pilot Academy students are female.  As for now, 99 students, after graduating, have joined the airline.

airBaltic currently employs more than 2 500 professionals and is actively recruiting for various positions. The airline currently offers 33 open positions to attract over 120 new talents. For several years, airBaltic has been consistently recognized as the Top Employer in various nationwide and worldwide surveys. To find out more about job opportunities at airBaltic, please visit https://careers.airbaltic.com.

 





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