London City Airport is consulting on plans to modernise its flight paths to allow the introduction of Area Navigation (RNAV), as part of the wider London Airspace Management Programme, led by NATS, the UK’s leading provider of air traffic services. For more information, including details of how to respond to the consultation click here.

 
 
About & Corporate. Press Centre.
Latest new from London City Airport

London City Airport helps locals Take off into Work

With the aim to encourage even more local employees London City Airport, in partnership with Newham Workplace has launched the ‘Take off into Work’ programme. The scheme invites unemployed Newham residents to take part in an employability training programme. The scheme includes workshops on airport careers, CV and interview preparation and placement opportunities across a number of airport departments and other companies based at the airport such as Customer Services, Ramp Services, Cobalt Ground Services, WHSmith, HMS Host Airport Catering, Nuance Tax and Duty Free, and the London City Airport Jet Centre.

All candidates taking part in the scheme receive a job interview experience and four candidates have already been successful in achieving employment with airport companies HMS Host and Nuance Tax & Duty Free.  Unsuccessful candidates still benefit from the scheme and receive a reference from a reputable employer and the increased confidence and employability skills required to succeed at future interviews. 

Richard Gooding OBE, Chief Executive of London City Airport said “Our aim is to target as many local jobs at the airport towards local people. Working within aviation is very unique. Through this scheme we can give potential candidates an insight into the different roles, the requirements needed and focus their training needs in order for them to become ideal candidates for future vacancies”.

London City Airport Limited and the 58 other employers based on-site at the airport employ over 2000 staff, many of whom live in East London.  The airport aspires to employ 70% of its staff from within 5 miles of the airport site, with 35% of these from the London Borough of Newham.

Elizabeth Hegarty, London City Airport Community Relations Manager said “Take off into Work is not the first into work training programme the airport has delivered, however so far it has been the most successful, engaging other companies operating on-site as well as the airport operator.  This has been achieved through the London City Airport Employers’ Forum, which was launched in May 2008 and meets quarterly to discuss employment, sustainability and initiatives.”

The Take off Into Work Programme is delivered by the East London Business Alliance in partnership with London City Airport and Newham Workplace and will run five times this year.

Further information

linda@lcy.co.uk

Search

LCY Tweets

@Colm_McKenna Great stuff, let us know how you get on.
@Colm_McKenna This work has now been completed and the e-gates are now up and running.
@CorinCole Thanks for letting us know, we'll get this changed #wishfulthinkingwednesdays
@karenannehinton They sure are, no issues reported. Have a good journey!
Amsterdam is one of the ultimate #citybreaks. What’s on your Amsterdam to do list? You can book flights here http://t.co/q0n63KXsz3
@DomgbErnest A public consultation is currently underway until 27th November, all info can be found here http://t.co/AsxOxwWLia
@remittancegirl Sorry to read this, have you been speaking to @British_Airways in the terminal building?
Visibility has now improved, but flights may be delayed by the earlier disruption. If affected please contact airline http://t.co/AvhFR0TDE6
Low visibility is causing delays here at #LondonCityAirport this morning, please check with your airline for updates http://t.co/iEoxJH7mQq
@JasonWardmc Morning, please use the following link to check in with your airline http://t.co/iEoxJH7mQq
@googdel Good morning, please get in touch with your airline for more information. You can find contact details here http://t.co/iEoxJH7mQq
We're experiencing some delays this morning as a result of low visibility, check with your airline before you travel http://t.co/iEoxJH7mQq
An earlier accident on the A13 is causing severe delays on the A406 & A13 so please check before you travel.
There are currently major delays on the A406 due to an accident on the A13 so please check before you travel.
@Citiflyer Sorry to read this, we'll pass your comments on but if you'd like to provide further detail please email online@lcy.co.uk
@DoeGasmandoc Thanks for the feedback, we'll be sure to pass this on to the wider team.
@robo1million We apologise for the delay, if you'd like to take this further please email Online@lcy.co.uk
@pinshot We apologise for the delay, we will pass your feedback on to the team.
@2K14_Umair Sorry to read this, please email us with the detail so we can look into this further for you Online@lcy.co.uk
@Citiflyer Sorry about this, we apologise for the delay. We'll certainly pass your feedback on to the team.
LCY Leisure guide

LCY Leisure Guide.

Plan & book your trip grey arrow

Calendar icon

Book your holiday.

Click here now. grey arrow

Aircraft icon

Discover europe

Find out more. grey arrow

Follow Us Facebook Twitter Twitter icon Google+ YouTube icon Youtube Flickr icon Flickr

Sign up. For news on competitions, new routes and articles. Be the first to know with our newsletter.