“We are improving our maintenance capabilities, and plan to perform C checks on the Airbus A220-300 by the end of the year ourselves," said the company's Andris Vaivads.
“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,” Vaivads said.
airBaltic is seeking technicians from various backgrounds, 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 and will provide all the training necessary for performing work duties, the company said.
You can find out more and apply at https://www.airbaltic.com/technicians/.