Saturday, 9 March 2019

airBaltic to recruit 50 technicians in 2019


Photo airBaltic / Airbus
The Latvian government funded airline airBaltic continues its expansion and is looking to attract 50 technicians in 2019 for its maintenance facilities at Riga International Airport and Tallinn Airport.

Andris Vaivads, SVP Technical Operations of airBaltic: “We are improving our maintenance capabilities, and plan to perform C checks on the Airbus A220-300 by the end of the year ourselves. In addition, we already perform line maintenance and A checks on all of our aircraft.”

“airBaltic has set a clear path towards acquiring up to 80 Airbus A220-300 aircraft by 2024. As our fleet is growing with state-of-the-art aircraft, joining our team would lead to interesting career opportunities for both young and experienced professionals alike,” Andris Vaivads added.

airBaltic is seeking technicians from various backgrounds, providing each successful candidate with an established career path. Airline is recruiting certified aircraft technicians as well as non-certified aircraft technicians and mechanics. In addition, airBaltic is eager to employ technicians-apprentices starting from their second year of studies. airBaltic provides all the training necessary for performing work duties.

You can find out more and apply at https://www.airbaltic.com/technicians/.

airBaltic has been ranked among the best employers in various nationwide studies and surveys since 2007. It has been named the best employer in the transport and logistics sector following a nationwide survey carried out by the recruitment agency CV-Online Latvia for eight years running. airBaltic currently employs over 1 500 professionals from 30 nations.


airBaltic serves over 70 destinations from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius, offering the largest variety of destinations and convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East. In summer 2019, airBaltic will introduce three new destinations from Tallinn to Malaga, Brussels and Copenhagen.