Every year, East Midlands
Airport connects over 5 million passengers with the world,
serving more than 100 destinations.
Winner of five prestigious travel awards in
2007, including Airport of the Year, Best UK Airport and World’s
Leading Eco Friendly Airport, our airport is a vibrant economic
hub, providing over 6,900 jobs. We’re the regional gateway
to national and international markets, helping attract major corporations
including DHL, Royal Mail, TNT and UPS.
As the UK’s primary pure freight airport,
we proudly support some of the UK’s biggest manufacturing
and retail brands.
Based in the heart of England, East Midlands
Airport is easily accessible by train, car and coach from the
M1, A42/M42 and A50. All of which makes us the perfect choice
for travellers from across East Midlands, Warwickshire, Staffordshire,
Northamptonshire, South Yorkshire and beyond.
Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is the country’s
largest British-owned airport operator. Our four airports - Manchester,
East Midlands, Bournemouth and Humberside – currently serve
a total of almost 28 million passengers every year.
The group also runs thriving businesses in property development
and management, baggage handling, car parking, airport security,
fire fighting, engineering and motor transport.
MAG is publicly owned by the ten local authorities of Greater
Manchester and is privately managed on their behalf.
Regional airports. National impact
MAG is more than just a regional success story. As the largest
British-owned airport operator, we play a major role in UK aviation.
Nearly 28 million passengers used our airports in 2005, contributing
£3.2 billion to the UK economy and supporting over 130,000
jobs. According to independent analysis, our businesses could
grow still further to generate £6.3 billion in value and
support 260,000 jobs by 2015.
For further information on the MAG group, please see our new
group website MAG
Building a better airport
Following an extensive public consultation exercise, we published
our Master Plan in 2006; a robust vision for the airport’s
future development up to 2030.
The plan details how the airport will grow and develop over the
coming years in relation to the information provided by the White
Paper on The Future of Air Transport (2003), which supported the
continued growth of air traffic at East Midlands Airport.
The plan also concentrates on how East Midlands Airport will
accommodate and capitalise upon the expected growth in the UK
aviation industry, as the demand from UK passengers is anticipated
to continue to grow significantly over the next 20 to 30 years.
out more about our Master Plan >>
The Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is the country’s largest
UK-owned airport operator. Our four airports - Manchester, East
Midlands, Bournemouth and Humberside currently serve a total of
more than 28 million passengers every year.
To search for the latest job opportunities across our 4 airports
please visit the below website, where you can search for specific
job opportunities and apply online;
Job Search >>
Find out more about job vacancies at other companies based at
current job vacancies at tenant companies >>
Midlands Airport Website >>