Internship

It is the right time to start your career at airBaltic. We are always on the lookout for the next generation of talent to make tomorrow a success. If you’re a student, a school leaver or a graduate, there could be a big future for you here.

Madara Gibnere

Corporate Communications Assistant

"I am fortunate that my internship at airBaltic was filled with many hands-on experiences that I can put towards my future career in public relations. I found the internship experience excellent due to the dynamic PR nature and with the support from the team, I quickly learned how to complete my tasks.

During my internship, I gained firsthand insights to PR department functions, but most importantly, I gained comprehensive real-world knowledge, as well as practical skills in the field. Being an intern has equipped me with skills necessary to take on bigger roles and more responsibility. This internship provided me with a lot of opportunities to experience all aspects of the behind the scenes of public relations.

My time as an intern was definitely worth it as afterwards I was offered a full-time role. Now I am involved in many exciting projects, including organizing press trips, distributing press materials and overall assisting our team on daily basis. Working as part of a team in a successful company can be inspiring and completing internship was a useful way of exposing myself to the daily dynamic environment."

Daniela Bergmane

Media Content Analyst

"I was incredibly fortunate to have joined airBaltic Corporate Communication team as an intern at a very exciting and highly-anticipated time – just a few months before the world’s very first Airbus A220-300 (former Bombardier CS300) joined airBaltic fleet. At the time, I was involved in various very ambitious PR projects dedicated to this remarkable milestone. From handling technical matters to welcoming world’s leading aviation media at home of airBaltic, during my internship I always truly felt like a part of the team and there is no greater feeling than being a small yet valuable part of something as significant as this achievement in the history of airBaltic.

After my internship, I was offered a full-time position within the team – at first as an Assistant and later on as Media Content Analyst. Currently my main responsibilities include international/local media monitoring and preparing reports and analysis of our PR performance, as well as engaging and being a part of other PR projects and activities.

Tough the everyday at Corporate Communication Unit tends to be rather dynamic and challenging at times, not a day has passed by when I have not felt grateful for being a part of airBaltic and our team. We all share a common goal and true common passion – for aviation and this airline – which means the sky is indeed just the beginning for us and what we can achieve."