Gender Pay Gap
The gender pay gap refers to differences in the average earnings of males and females, regardless of their role or seniority.
Like all companies in the UK with over 250 employees, we’re required to publish our gender pay gap figures. This transparent reporting inspires action to address pay inequality. It also keeps us accountable for supporting women in our business.
About our 2020 results
"Gatwick is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive place to work. Different perspectives and backgrounds help us to be more innovative, creative and effective as a business.
Diversity and inclusion does not have a finite end and we understand the need to continually assess our efforts and ambitions. The data in our 2020 gender pay report demonstrates this, particularly with the increase in our median pay gap. We recognise that we need relentless focus and attention to ensure we improve this.
We have set new ambitions for our leadership team to be 33% female by end 2023, to be 40% by end 2026 and we’ll look to increase this further by the end of the decade.
Following the decimating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation industry, we want to build back fitter and stronger, and for everyone at Gatwick this includes an increased focus on our diversity, equality and inclusion."