Swiss airline intelligence provider ch-aviation plans to invest close to 2 million euros in Croatia over the next five years, opening a number of new jobs, the company announced this week.
ch-aviation, which is one of the world’s leading airline intelligence providers with over 1.2 million users including airlines, airports, finance and leasing companies, as well as other aviation industry stakeholders, has decided to further invest in its Croatian operations.
“I am very pleased to say that we are more than satisfied with our investment so far having recruited more than a dozen highly qualified colleagues in the country and it was an easy decision to grow our Croatian subsidiary further,” said CEO Thomas Jaeger.
The company is currently hiring in the Croatian capital for airline data researchers, native-English speaking aviation journalists, content & digital marketing managers and client relationship managers.
“It is very sad to see so many well-educated Croatians leaving the country and I am really glad we can offer a very good alternative for graduates to stay. The aviation sector will grow tremendously in the next ten years and I am really optimistic we can build one of the largest aviation data hubs here in Croatia,” ch-aviation Managing Director Max Oldorf said.
You can find out more about the jobs being advertised here.