Modern Slavery Act Statement

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 requires large UK businesses to publish a statement describing the activities they are undertaking to prevent slavery and human trafficking in their own business operations and supply chain.

Our commitment to human rights and our people

easyJet is committed to human rights, both in its business and its supply chain. This includes observance of the principles set out by the International Labour Organisation Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.

Both our Code of Ethics and Commitment on Human Rights (which we updated last year in response to the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act) are available to employees on our internal intranet and form an established part of how we do business. We also have in place a number of other policies which support recognised human-rights principles. These include policies on non-discrimination, health and safety, whistleblowing and anti-bribery and corruption.

As part of our commitment to gender equality, we established our Amy Johnson Initiative in 2015 to encourage more women to consider a career as a pilot.

We also work in partnership with trade unions in the eight countries where our employees are based, as well as through our national and European Works Councils.