Brussels Airlines Launches New Management Trainee Program
Brussels Airlines is recruiting three talented young graduates for their new management trainee program. During the 24-month rotational program the trainees will be immersed in different operational and administrative departments that run the airline business.
On Friday (March 18, 2022), Brussels Airlines announced the launch of a new management trainee program. The carrier is now recruiting three bright and motivated young candidates who want to develop a deep understanding of the commercial aviation business and start a career with the company. Brussels Airlines is seeking candidates with an entrepreneurial spirit and growth mindset to participate in the 24-month rotational program, where they will be immersed in the different operational and administrative departments that run the airline business.
During three different eight-month projects, management trainees will work in the airline’s various departments, while developing project management skills, participating in an exchange with management trainees of the Lufthansa Group, and taking part in an intercontinental project at one of Brussels Airlines’ African stations. The different projects will be distributed based on personal interest and growth opportunities of each trainee. Students who graduate in summer 2022 and have obtained a master’s degree (preferably an MBA) can apply on the Brussels Airlines website or by clicking here. Interested candidates should also have a global mindset and a desire to connect with people of all levels.
Brussels Airlines is the national carrier of Belgium and a member of the Lufthansa Group. The carrier connects the European capital to over 70 destinations including 60 European, 15 African, two North American and Tel Aviv. Brussels Airlines operates 38 aircraft and has over 3,100 employees, supporting over 40,000 direct and indirect jobs. The carrier offers competitive fares and the highest levels of service quality, including bespoke onboard meals curated by yearly changing ‘Belgian Star Chefs.’ Founded in 2002, Brussels Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance and is 100 percent owned by Deutsche Lufthansa AG.
Source: Brussels Airlines