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Building on our strong relationship with the Construction Youth Trust and St Marylebone School, a number of Waterman colleagues participated in their school engagement activities during November
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London Gatwick is the UK’s second largest airport with one of the world’s most efficient single runways. We serve more than 230 destinations in 74 countries. Uniquely, we’re home to a mix of airline operators from scheduled to low-cost and charter airlines. Over 50 airlines operate regularly from the airport including easyJet, British Airways, Norwegian, Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Tui, Turkish Airlines and WestJet. Gatwick is the biggest base for easyJet, one of Europe’s most successful airlines. We also have the most connections to and from other UK regions, with significant numbers of passengers travelling on easyJet and Aurigny. In addition to the long-haul leisure operations of British Airways and Virgin, in recent years we have seen the growth of services to South America and the Far East with airlines such as Air China, China Eastern Airlines and Norwegian. Gatwick is part of the VINCI Airports group which manages the development and operation of 46 airports across the globe. It owns 50.01% stake in our airport with the remaining 49.99% being managed by Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP).
The Passenger Operations and Services Team at Gatwick Airport provide the operational delivery of key elements of the passenger journey. Enjoy an insight in to their roles and what it takes to promote a positive passenger experience, from arrival at the airport to aircraft.
A lot can happen during this short distance and it usually does! A trained team of Terminal specialists working around the clock, are poised to respond to any emergency, incident or event that may interrupt it. Here is their story.
In recognition of World Environment Day, journey in to sustainability with Rachel Thompson, Head of Sustainability at Gatwick Airport.
In the next few years many more jobs in most sectors will have at least one element that contributes directly to sustainability. Find out from Rachel what sustainability means for Gatwick Airport and her advice on a career in this sector.
Gatwick Airport is committed to reducing noise at or around our airport and our goal is to reduce aircraft noise as much as possible. Our strategy to reduce noise includes engagement with a wide range of stakeholders. Hear from Laura Boccadamo on some of the work Gatwick does when it comes to aircraft noise management and her journey to becoming Noise Management Initiatives Engagement Manager from her interest in geography and the environment.
Are you aged 11 and upwards with a passion for aviation? This virtual learn live event follows a day in the life of Adam, an Airfield Controller at Gatwick Airport.
No two days on our #airfield are the same – our airfield controllers could be checking the #safety of buildings and structures around the airport; marshalling aircraft to guide them as they park up on stand; or responding to an aircraft #incident or emergency on the runway.
National Apprenticeship Week 2021 aims to shine a light on the amazing work being done by employers and apprentices across the country.
Join us on Thursday 4th March @1:00pm, where we are joined by Matt, Chief Information Security Officer at Gatwick Airport.
This session is perfect if you have a 11-16 year old who is interested in pursuing a career in Cyber Security, Information Technology or who just loves computers!
#cyber #cybersecurity #InformationTechnology #STEM #LearnLive #NationalCareersWeek
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