At the peak of the first quarter of 2023, airBaltic has launched a new cabin crew recruitment campaign. Ensuring openness to diversity and various generations, it invites anyone regardless of age and skills, and also encourages people who already have a long-term work experience in other fields to apply. Currently, airBaltic recruites over 650 cabin crew members, and in 2023 is planned that another 100 future professionals will join the team.

“This year, the airline will continue to purposefully grow – in terms of the fleet, flights, passengers, destinations, and, of course, the amount of employees,” said Alīna Aronberga, Senior Vice President Human Resources at airBaltic. “Providing a smooth flight experience and an excellent service is largely dependent on a professional cabin crew, as these people accompany passengers on both short and long journeys and take care of their well-being.”

Today, members of 30 nationalities work at airBaltic, including the cabin crew team. This campaign is also addressing Ukrainians in Latvia, as since the beginning of the war, 50 Ukrainians have become employees of the airline.

The certification of a flight attendant can be obtained within four months of training, which is combinable with studies or current job. During the training, a scholarship is included, but once joining the team – a stable and competitive base salary and hourly pay, as well as flexible schedule and travel benefits for the whole family is provided.