airBaltic uniforms

Latvian airline airBaltic says it has recently adjusted its uniform regulations, loosening rules for cabin crew, pilots and ground personnel.

Tattoos, hairstyles and piercings are now acceptable according to the carrier, and can remain visible while staff are performing direct duties.

Alīna Aronberga, SVP Human Resources of airBaltic commented: “Until now we applied the same rule as the majority of airlines – tattoos were permitted only if they could be easily hidden underneath the standard crew uniform.

“Now we have significantly eased these rules, enabling our staff to demonstrate their own individuality through their tattoos, piercing and hairstyles if they choose so, while proudly wearing our stylish uniforms. Aiming to become even more diverse and inclusive we welcome more motivated professionals to join our team.”

airBaltic provides a paid eight week training programme for cabin crew candidates and says successful candidates must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma, as well as good Latvian and English knowledge. The airline is looking for friendly, positive and adventurous personalities and says neck, face and head as well as potentially offensive tattoos should be covered while performing duties.

airBaltic has more than 1,900 employees, including 560 cabin crew. The company is continuing active recruitment, and currently has more than 40 open vacancies. To find out more about job opportunities at airBaltic, visit

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