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Our consultants have experience in different industries and have worked for SME''s, START UPs, and multinational firms. They listen and ensure that we meet the client's expectations as well as the candidates. we can provide you with part-time employees / seasonal workers or recruit for you (Head Hunt).
Covers: U.K Wide | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
About Connect Appointments
Great staff are what keep the Aerospace and Aviation Industries flying in the right direction - but as with any specialised area, finding the right people is not always the easiest of tasks. We can make that problem disappear very quickly, thanks to a combination of experience in this sector and the type of hard work that makes quality appointments happen. From Stress Engineers to Air Traffic Controllers, Connect Appointments can find the best.
Covers: Scotland & North East England | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
Most Popular Aviation Job Roles
Most Popular Locations for Aviation
Every year, nearly 2 million flights take off and land in the UK. These include freight, military, agricultural, and commercial airplanes, but around three quarters of all flights are for leisure purposes. The Aviation industry provides approximately 120,000 jobs in the UK, and a few of the most popular positions are cabin crew, mechanical engineer, aircraft handling personnel, and pilot. Many more employment opportunities are also to be found in the management, staffing, and day-to-day operations of airports such as Manchester and those in the London area.
As about half of all flights land and leave from London, the vast majority of jobs are concentrated there. Of course, for those employed aboard aeroplanes, travel is a major part of the work, and pilots and flight crews spend a great deal of time away from home while working unconventional and frequently changing hours.
Major employers and salaries
Most careers in aviation and aerospace are high paying, and salaries in the UK range from £20-60K. The overall average annual income is about £40K, although those working in Scotland and London make closer to £50K. The largest employers in the industry are BAE, Rolls Royce, Bombardier Aerospace, and Smiths Group. Degree and certification requirements vary widely by position, but degree level qualifications are expected for most roles, and advanced degrees are needed for engineering, administration, and pilot positions.