Airport looking to recruit thousands of people

PUBLISHED: 17:49 24 October 2018

England’s third largest regional airport is looking to employ thousands of people in the coming years.

Bristol Airport is hiring people for roles ranging from retail, catering and customer service.

The airport, which employs 375 people directly, has already hired nearly 100 people since the start of 2018.

There are now approximately 3,500 individuals working for 50 organisations across the site and airport bosses want to create more than 10,000 jobs by the mid-2040s.

MORE: Airport expansion could begin sooner than planned.

Debbie Hartshorn, director of people at the airport, said: “The airport is a rapidly growing business so we are always looking out for talent.

“We regularly update our website with career opportunities and with a variety of jobs available, we would recommend anyone looking for their first role or a career change to see what we can offer them.

“We want to give people from North Somerset and the South West the chance to shine.”

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