Air Baltic starts a recruitment drive. "While we continue to employ our Air Baltic Pilot Academy graduates and rehire former employees, this time our needs for additional staff reach further, meaning that we are looking for external pilots to join our company", Air Baltic CEO Martin Gauss said.
Candidates must have EU citizenship, 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.
"Additional pilots are required to prepare the airline for capacity we will fly in summer 2023," Gauss said. The airline currently operates 34 Airbus A220 aircraft and will add six more by end of year.
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