The aviation industry is divided into two areas: on the ground, and in the air. The sky is the limit when it comes to finding your dream job in the aviation industry. With the right skills, education, and knowledge about the positions you are interested in, you can start the career you always wanted here at London Stansted Airport. As we continue to grow we will attract more airlines and a larger route network both east and west, providing more flights to more places, delivering more choice and better value for our customers.
Examples of a high demand – Cabin Crew, Pilots, Ground Operation Staff, Engineering, Passenger Services Agents and more.
London Stansted Airport's commercial partners look to make every minute count! Our stakeholders work together to ensure the duty free and travel retail industry continues to develop a more sophisticated delivery of brand values through design, customer service, and enhancing the passengers sensory experience. Shopping for duty-free products from perfume and whisky to luxury goods is a part of passengers’ trip overseas. The airport provides opportunities to buy last minute gifts at discounted prices. At London Stansted Airport, food & beverage concepts are modern, award-winning and sophisticated. Consumers expect high standard experiences and as a result, restaurants have become more customer service-driven and passenger-centric. The airport catering business is an exciting and dynamic industry which gives the brands an opportunity to introduce exciting new concepts more often.
Examples of roles - Fashion, Commercial, Customer Services, opportunities at World Duty Free, Sales, Chefs, team members, Supervisors, managers, bartenders, waiting staff and more.
On-airport hotels have the largest presence on landside real estate. There are a variety of hotels around London Stansted Airport serving our millions of passengers each year providing them with convenient and stress-free access to the airport with a high standard of customer service.
Examples of a high demand – Events team, housekeeping, receptionists, food and beverage team and more.
Businesses that support the airport by offering services such as mail distribution, flight catering, logistics, facilities and ground handling services are key business areas for the delivery of airport and aviation operations. The success of the airport is largely dependent on the performance of airlines and these associated operations are key to ensure the success of day to day operations.
Examples of a high demand – Cleaning Operatives, Warehouse Operatives, Drivers, Surveyors, Construction staffing and more.