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British Airways is a full service global airline, offering year-round low fares with an extensive global route network flying to and from centrally-located airports.
British Airways is the UK's largest international scheduled airline, flying to nearly 600 destinations around the world. Whether customers are in the air or on the ground, we take pride in providing a full service experience.
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Celebrating 99 years of flying with pride
British Airways can trace its origins back to the birth of civil aviation, the pioneering days following World War I. In the 99 years that have passed since the world's first schedule air service on 25 August 1919, air travel has changed beyond all recognition. Each decade saw new developments and challenges, which shaped the path for the future, Take a look at the different eras of air travel, to see how British Airways became the airline it is today.
Explore a world of opportunity
We’re British Airways. To the millions of people who fly with us every year, we matter. We matter because we are the national flag carrier. Because we take Britain to the world. And we bring the world to Britain. And it’s all made possible by our people. The heartbeat of our airline.
Discover limitless opportunities
Our people have the power to make memorable customer experiences - wherever they work, on the ground or in the air. Whether you are experienced, or you’re just starting out, find your British Airways career here.
Working with us
As a nation, we have welcomed people from all over the world, and as the nation’s flag carrier we invite you to join our family, to embody your nations pride and help us deliver service at our hospitable best.
A journey with no boundaries
It’s a promise that is delivered by a wide and diverse group of people in different roles from all over the world – from Cabin Crew and Pilots to Ground Operations, Airport Customer Services and in our Head Office roles. Opportunities at British Airways are diverse; if you demonstrate a natural flair and aptitude, as well as hard work, grit and determination, we’re ready to invest in your talents!
Our people are proud to work for British Airways and we want them to feel rewarded and valued. Working for us is not just about pay, but also about development opportunities and benefits such as competitive pensions, discounted shopping and staff travel as part of a Total Reward package.
Very long. A lot of people don’t get through the role play
The presentation on the assessment day makes you want the job more than anything
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at British Airways (Gatwick, England).
Basically an HR interview. Not many technical questions and more man management. They are looking for supervisors to improve teams and performance. You will also be asked how to find out who is the disruptive member of the team and how to create a development plan. What options are open to you for retraining. First stage gross misconduct or poor performance and how you would for about it.