Published on : Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Gatwick teams can now have access to broader opportunities concerning international career and in-house training as it will now be a part of 46 airports in 12 countries.
Gatwick will be sharing the best practice with Vinci Airports as it pursues its operational improvement strategy.
David Higgins, Stewart Wingate and Nick Dunn will still function as the respectively chairman, chief executive and chief financial officer of the airport.
They will be joined by Cédric Laurier, from Vinci Airports, as chief technical officer.
There will be a further £1.1 billion capital investment programme in the airport that will help in delivering a range of passenger improvements by 2023.
Nicolas Notebaert, chief executive of Vinci Concessions and president of Vinci Airports, said that this partnership marks the beginning of a very exciting future for London Gatwick and Vinci Airports.
There will be a significant value addition to both Vinci Airport and London Gatwick Airport which will benefit the stakeholders, airlines and passengers.
The passenger number in Gatwick has grown from 32 million in December 2009 to more than 46 million in 2019.