British Airways is the UK's largest international scheduled airline, flying to over 550 destinations at convenient times, to the best located airports.
British Airways World Cargo is one of the leading cargo airlines in the world, carrying freight, mail and courier traffic to 200 destinations in more than 80 countries.The BA network and our freighter programme make us one of the largest single carrier networks, with a reliable schedule, same day connections between most continents and destinations, and extensive road connections.
We have developed a portfolio of products that meet our customers' needs.Our experienced operational and commercial teams worldwide take pride in delivering high levels of performance and customer care.
British Airways Engineering is British Airways Plc wholly owned maintenance organisation, providing a wide variety of engineering services to British Airways and a number of other airlines. It currently employs some 5500 staff at the main bases of LHR, LGW and more than 60 locations around the world.
British Airways Engineering has a world-wide reputation for engineering excellence and its technical and logistics expertise supports airline operations on every continent, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
Engineering’s core capabilities, are centred on Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767 and 777, plus the Airbus A319/A320, A340, A330 and A380.
There are many reasons why a graduate should choose to embark upon a career with British Airways. One is the sheer diversity of business. As previous graduates can testify, it's possible to take your career in almost any direction, acquiring new skills along the way. Another is the excitement and challenge of the airline industry. It's notoriously competitive, constantly throwing up new challenges to keep you on your toes. Whatever else you experience, they promise life here will never be dull.
Leaders for business: Developing talented people in management skills across the business.
The general management programme is designed to equip people with a complete range of management capabilities they can apply anywhere across British Airways. The reason is simple, the speed at which the business moves means their needs can change from year to year. BA is constantly being faced with new challenges, sometimes they strike at the very core of how the business operates. They therefore need intelligent people with the enthusiasm, drive and flexibility to learn about the business so they can adapt to change as challenges arise.
Although their recruitment needs vary according to the demands of the business, it's possible to join at all levels; whether you're a school leaver interested in taking up an apprenticeship or a professionally qualified graduate with several years' experience.
Engineering schemes: Supporting a 300-strong fleet of aircraft making an average of 1,000 flights a day draws on the skills of around 9,000 people from a huge variety of engineering and business related backgrounds. Graduate Engineers are recruited directly into Engineering departments, primarily Aircraft Maintenance and Powerplant. They are currently looking for Graduates who have achieved at least a 2:1 in Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering.
Undergraduates interested in an Industrial Placement year with an engineering and business focus are generally based within the Supply Chain business. You may be interested in the Professional Engineer Programme. This is a four year engineering training scheme managed within Aircraft Maintenance, designed to provide Licensed Aircraft Engineers for their business.
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