Let us talk about working at UK airports and London and Manchester airports in particular. London has 6 airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City Airport and Southhend. Thousands of people work here, so if you speak English well, this could be an interesting job opportunity.
There are many types of jobs: security, drivers, engineers, baggage handlers, technical staff, sales staff, waiters, technicians, etc.
Heatthrow (London Heathrow Airport) is London’s main airport with over 80 million passengers a year. It is the airport that handles the most international passengers in the world. The airport is 31 kilometers west of central London. A total of almost 80,000 people work there, 6,500 of whom work directly at the airport. You can view all vacancies on the Heathrow Airport website
With 30 million passengers a year, Gatwick (London Gatwick) is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom after London Heathrow. It is 47 kilometers south of London. You can see all vacancies at Gatwick Airport on the Gatwick Airport website
Stansted (London Stansted), is a low cost airport. It is about 30 miles from London. It is the fourth busiest airport in the UK in terms of traffic and the third busiest in the London area after Heathrow and Gatwick. It has a flow of about 25 million passengers per year. You can view all vacancies at Stansted Airport on the Stansted Airport website
Luton (London Luton Airport) is an international airport in the city of Luton, approximately 55 km north of central London. It has a flow of about 10 million passengers per year. You can see all the vacancies
London City Airport, which is 11 kilometers from the City, not far from Canary Wharf, the financial center of London. You can see all vacancies at City Airport on his page
Ringway Airport is Manchester Airport and the fourth busiest airport in the United Kingdom after London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London Stansted. You can check all vacancies at on the Ringway Airport website
One last tip, if you really enjoy working at UK airports you can also apply to any chain that has branches at the airport, food, cafes, car hire, clothing, etc.
If you want to have all the information about how to work in the United Kingdom, I recommend you to read the article: How to work in the UK after Brexit