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Current Pilot Jobs /// airBaltic (Latvia)
Direct Entry Captains , Bombardier Q400
Direct Entry First Officers, Bombardier C-Series 300
Latest News /// airBaltic (Latvia)
Bombardier predicts growth next year thanks to CSeries 2016/12/19
airBaltic Begins Revenue Service with CS300 2016/12/15
Bombardier Delivers First CS300 Airliner to Air Baltic 2016/11/30
Latvia's airBaltic Increases its Firm C Series Order to 20 CS300's 2016/04/15
General Info /// airBaltic (Latvia)
Callsign 'Air Baltic'
CEO or MD Mr. Martin Gauss, CEO
Address airBaltic
Airport Office
Riga International Airport
Riga, Latvia
LV-1053
Telephone +371 67 20 70 69
Website
air Baltic website
Fleet Types 5 Boeing B737-500 Airliners,
4 Boeing B737-300W Airliners (Winglets),
2 Boeing B737-300 Airliners,
2 Bombardier C-Series 300 Airliners,
12 Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 Turboprops.
Aircraft Orders 6 Bombardier Q400-NG Turboprops (to replace older versions)
20 Bombardier CS300 Jets (10 Options) - Launch Customer

First CS300 will arrive in Sept. 2016.


airBaltic plans to operate an all Bombardier Fleet of C-Series Jets and Q400-NG Turboprops.
Pilot Bases / Domiciles EVRA - Riga International Airport / Riga LATVIA
Notes

Award Winning Airline. Regional Low Cost Airline Flights from the Baltics to other destinations in Eastern and Western Europe.

Last Update 2017/03/11: Information Updated
Current Pilot Jobs /// airBaltic (Latvia)
Direct Entry Captains , Bombardier Q400
Direct Entry First Officers, Bombardier C-Series 300
Pilot Recruitment Info /// airBaltic (Latvia)
Employer Notes

**Please see Pilot Hiring Webpage below for more information.

 

Restrictions

* Must hold valid EU Passport / Citizenship.
* Must have legal right to live and work in Europe.
* Must hold JAA/EASA Pilot Licence and Medical.

Pilot Hiring
Webpage
Careers - airBaltic
Recruitment
Personnel
Mr. Gerhard Ramcke, Chief Pilot
Currently Hiring? Yes!!!
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