For a description of our business, including profit and loss, balance sheet and shareholders please read our latest annual report and financial statements.
Our business is organised into a number of business units, the broad divisions are:
(a) Operations: this includes engineering, passenger operations and services, passenger and airport security, the fire service, sales and operational planning and responsibility for the aerodrome;
(b) Commercial: this includes marketing, airline relations, retail, property and surface transport and car parks;
(d) Economics, Regulation and Business Assurance;
(g) Corporate Affairs, Planning and Sustainability;
(h) Human Resources;
(i) Technical Officer; this includes IT including cyber security, Innovation and Commercial IT, Development, Capital Programmes;
We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business, and there are three broad areas to which we have regard.
The first is the supply chains serving the various business units described above.
The second is non supply chain business partners; principally our airlines, groundhandlers and concessionaires.
Finally, we are one of the main points of entry into the United Kingdom, and therefore have a responsibility to do what we can to prevent human trafficking through our airport. This statement will look at all three of these areas in turn.