We are hiring hundreds of technical professionals in the upcoming years. Are you the next one?
Finnair is growing strongly. Right now, the company’s growth rate is the fastest in its 94-year history. From the perspective of technology, this is primarily reflected in the growth of our fleet and the fascinating job opportunities in state-of- the-art aircraft technology this entails.
Finnair has ordered a total of 19 new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft from Airbus, of which 11 have been delivered to date. In addition to our A350 XWB fleet, we have completed the delivery of 7 new A321 aircraft for Finnair’s fleet and phased our A340 fleet out in 2017. At the end of 2020, our fleet will comprise
more than 80 aircraft.
Our Technical Operations division employs a fantastic group of top professionals capable of managing the most challenging situations through close cooperation. Digitalisation and new ways of working are also reflected in the work of Technical Operations, and we are continuously improving our operations to the
With the coming of this new era, we will need more solid aircraft technology specialists for a variety of roles. In 2017, we hired approximately 50 new technical employees, from aircraft mechanics to clerical staff. Technical Operations currently has a big recruitment drive for line maintenance personnel in particular, and Finnair will hire hundreds of mechanics in the next few years. Will you be the next?
Finnair Technical Operations recruitment event on 25 January 2018
Finnair will need many new flight safety specialists in the coming years. Each year, we aim to recruit dozens of aircraft mechanics and students to grow with us.
We are organising a recruitment event for qualified mechanics from 3 to 6 p.m. on 25 January 2018. At the event, we will talk about our future prospects and the career opportunities offered by Finnair. At the same time, the participants will be able to peek into the aircraft hangar and observe maintenance through a live feed.
The event will be streamed live, and we hope to reach as many students interested in the field as possible. Those taking part in the event at Finnair’s head office will meet Finnair employees and can take an express job interview if they wish, potentially opening a fast track to professional duties in Technical Operations.
If you cannot participate on the spot, you can join the live broadcast via Skype from here
The event is recorded and can be watched via the same link later.
About Finnair Technical Operations
Finnair Technical Operations employs approximately 700 technical professionals and is part of Finnair’s Operations unit. The task of Technical Operations is to ensure the continuous airworthiness of the Finnair fleet. Finnair’s fleet is regularly maintained in accordance with approved maintenance programs. Finnair Technical Operations provides some of the maintenance services required by the fleet and procures the rest, such as basic engine and aircraft maintenance, from partners around the world.
Finnair is a network airline specialising in the shorter Northern route between Europe and Asia. We fly to 17 destinations in Asia, up to four in the United States and more than 70 in Europe. Our fleet is one of the most modern in Europe, which is why we also generate less emissions.