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Aviation Recruitment Network Limited (ARNL) specialises in the placement of personnel to 4 key sectors; Aviation, Retail & Hospitality, Industrial and Commercial.

ARNL was established in 2000 and has since successfully placed over 60,000 candidates to clients from its UK based airport and non airport branches.

We supply a wide range of temporary and permanent staffing solutions to these niche market sectors.

We have successfully placed candidates in roles ranging from Operational Support up to Senior Executive Management.

We know and love our industry and this is why we have garnered a reputation for delivering complex & large scale recruitment solutions in a time sensitive manner.

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  • City ramps up pressure on politicians to push ahead with Heathrow runway, after likelihood of delays

    The City of London Corporation has taken the opportunity of the Lib Dem Party Conference to urge the party “to not stand in the way of Heathrow expansion”.  The Corporation’s policy chair Catherine McGuinness, said: “Increased airport capacity at Heathrow is near the top of the list when we speak to firms about what can do to help them trade more, create jobs and invest for the future.”  (Many other surveys of businesses over the years do not show this - but it depends on which firms are sampled). Speaking at the party conference yesterday, Lib Dem leader Vince Cable (a long term opponent of the runway) said: “I want our party to remain where we were, which is opposed to Heathrow expansion, strong on the environment, protective of our climate change obligations, but committed to support business, but in a practical way that rebalances the UK.”  The Labour party is also known to be very divided on the issue of Heathrow, with a lot of opposition.  Some Labour MPs have been misled by inaccurate forecasts of jobs that the runway might create.  Big business tends to stand with its colleague, Heathrow. The CBI wants progress on the runway quickly, and the Institute of Directors said after waiting years, they want to see "spades in the ground" at Heathrow. 

    18 Sep 2017

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