Small Planet Airlines started operations in 2009 and since then became one of the fastest growing independent leisure airlines in Europe.



Cabin Crew – Germany

Due to development project ARPI Aviation is looking for candidates to work for Small Planet Airlines, one of the most dynamically developing air carriers in CEE region.

We are recruiting experienced native German candidates for our base in Paderborn, Cologne, Hamburg, Leipzig, Stuttgart, Hannover, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt

Contact us for planned selection days!

Contract term: Temporary
Location: Germany
Reference: CC/SP/18GER
Aircraft type: A320


  • speak and read fluent in English and German
  • EU citizens willing to relocate to German bases
  • experienced Cabin Crew candidate needs to possess Cabin Crew Attestation in EASA format
  • medically and physically fit to meet regulatory and role requirements
  • ability to work in a shifts
  • ability to work under pressure
  • ability to deal with difficult and unusual situations

* Company will consider applications from low hour pilots (between 100-500 hours on type)


  • work in a fast growing company in an international environment
  • attractive financial conditions
  • permanent employment in Germany
  • work full of challenges for those curious about the world
  • direct contract


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We will contact only with selected candidates.

ARPI Aviation is a part of ARPI Group, a Norwegian holding which started to operate in Poland in 2001.