Discover who we are and grow your career with Gatwick

Who we are

Welcome to Gatwick - the UK's second largest airport, where we've been connecting family, friends and businesses since the 1930s.
Over 20,000 people work together so we can be the airport for everyone - whatever your journey.

Discover who we are and why you should grow your career with us.

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Where in the world? 

We're located just 30 minutes away from Central London and Brighton by train in Crawley, West Sussex. Over 40% of our people use public transport to get to work, with excellent bus and cycle networks to the local area. And if you work in our office teams, you can split your time between the airport and home.

Our story so far

We’ve come a long way since the 30s. Read more about our key milestones. From private aerodrome, to the busiest single-runway airport in the world.

Read more about our story

Our decade of change

We've accelerated our commitment to be a net zero airport for our own Scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions by 2030.

Read more on sustainability

Our Future Plans

We've set out our plans to bring our existing Northern Runway into routine use, alongside our Main Runway.

Read more on our Future Plans

A VINCI Airport

We're part of the VINCI network, the world's leading private airport operator.

VINCI Airports operates 65 airports in 12 countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Through VINCI, we're committed to positive mobility for our passengers and our people. You'll have global opportunities to share knowledge, learn new skills and grow your career.
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We're an Equal Plane

We are passionate about creating a diverse and inclusive place to work. Different perspectives and backgrounds help us to be more innovative and creative, engaging our people along the way.

Join one of our business resource groups. They challenge us to be the most inclusive place to work we can be, tackle bias in the workplace, and ensure that we have an attractive place for all our people to grow their career.


Our people take part in the Dare to Dream mentoring programme for local schools

Building for the next generation

We work with local schools and organisations to promote the importance of the STEM subjects - that's science, technology, engineering and maths. We run several programmes to encourage more girls to take up careers in aviation, particularly in engineering.

Our people mentor local school children through Dare to Dream and take part in Learn Live broadcasts from the airport, providing an insight into what it takes to run an airport and future career paths.