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By Sohail Sawlani





airBaltic recruits pilots as global air travel resumes

13 May 2022




Riga, 13 MAY 2022 | As global air travel resumes as COVID-19 restrictions ease, the demand for air travel has shown an increasing trend. In the midst of the pandemic, Latvian airline, airBaltic, let go of many of its pilots, which majority of them have since been rehired. Now, since there is still a lack of manpower to cope with the surge of passengers, the airline has set out to recruit 120 new pilots, including graduates of the airBaltic Pilot Academy.

airBaltic's Signature A220 | © airBaltic



According to their website, Candidates must have EU citizenship, a valid EU FCL CPL or ATPL license (EASA form 141), and have at least 300 hours of Commercial Air Transport (CAT) operations on aircraft with EFIS, FMA and FMS systems – MTOW of the aircraft at least 5.7 tonnes. Candidates may apply by emailing [email protected]

airBaltic currently employs 315 pilots. The company is continuing active recruitment, and currently has more than 40 open vacancies, seeking more than 400 additional employees in total. To find out more about job opportunities at airBaltic, feel free to visit http://careers.airbaltic.com.




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