In view of our airfield’s rich history of training young people in aviation related skillsets, one of London Biggin Hill Airport’s keenest ambitions has been to establish a training college on site at the airport, which will also support our commitment to local job creation. To that end, we have partnered with London South East Colleges to facilitate their delivery of an aerospace and technology college campus.


The London Aerospace and Technology College (LATC) will be a brand new, state-of-the-art facility at Biggin Hill, training young people in aerospace engineering, aviation business, and an array of industry related skills. Courses for the aerospace engineering have already been launched at Bromley College, click here for more details


Quick facts: LATC

– Nearly 1000 graduates every year by 2021 across London and South East
– Biggin Hill campus fully open by 2020
– Engineering and skills across wider aviation industry and technological sectors
– Employability of engineering graduates is 20% above the national average
– The average salary in the aerospace industry is £41,000


Phasing of LATC
• Phase 1 2017 : Level 2 City and Guilds Diploma in Aerospace and Aviation Engineering delivered at Bromley Campus

• Phase 2 2018: City and Guilds Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Engineering delivered at Bromley Campus

• Phase 3 2020: HNC, HND, Foundation Degree, BSc University Accreditation and apprenticeship pathways delivered at Bromley Campus and LATC

• Phase 4: Accreditation to run EASA grade provision from September 2021 delivered at the LATC, including professional Licence Routes