airBaltic has appointed Alīna Roščina as vice president of human resources.
Roščina is an experienced professional with over nine years of experience in human resources management.
She holds a bachelor degree in law from the University of Latvia and at the moment is studying MBA in Riga Business School.
Roščina has been working at airBaltic since 2011 and over the years has taken different human resources related positions within the company.
Over the last year and a half, she was deputy vice president for human resources, managing the personnel administration and analysis team.
In addition, Roščina is an airBaltic representative in the Latvian Association for People Management and Employers’ Confederation of Latvia.
Martin Gauss, chief executive of airBaltic, said: “I am delighted that Alīna has become the vice president of human resources and part of the management team of airBaltic.
“It is very encouraging to see our employees developing within the company.
“Alīna has diverse knowledge and experience in the aviation industry and about company’s processes as well.
“Over the next five years we are planning to recruit around 1,000 professionals to support airBaltic’s growth under Horizon2021 business plan, and a strong airBaltic Human Resources team is crucial for the success of this process.”
airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia.