On March 1 airBaltic hosted an “open door” initiative in Estonia for young professionals seeking to land a job under the airline's 'Horizon 2021' business plan.
Human resources officer Daiga Ergle said the carrier would have at least 12 new destinations on its route map for better connectivity in the whole Baltic region while introducing its new fleet of Bombardier CS300 planes.
"Naturally, we want new talent to join this unprecedented and unique development,” she said in a company statement.
The “open door” initiative will first target young professionals willing to work as cabin crew. The project does not require candidates to fill out an application form before the visit, but simply take their CV, personal identification document and arrive for the selection process. More information about applying to work at airBaltic is available on a special website.
airBaltic has strengthened its position in Estonia by offering direct flights out of Tallinn to Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Amsterdam, Riga and Vilnius. It will operate 11 direct routes out of Tallinn and Vilnius in the next five years, in addition to its numerous flights out of its Riga base.