Working at Altitude Angel

We envisage a future where drones are set to revolutionise the lives of everyone on the planet, so we’re building the digital superhighway infrastructure required so that drones and manned aircraft can safely co-exist.

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Our Team

Since 2014 we’ve been steadily growing our team beyond our headquarters in Reading, Berkshire (UK), whilst expanding our network into Europe, attracting some of the finest minds and top talent from the worlds of aviation, software engineering and product development.

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Our platform is now used in 152 countries across the globe enabling over 50,000 safe drone flights every month, including everything from transport of life saving medication in sub-Saharan Africa to coffee and burger delivery in the Republic of Ireland.

152 Countries
50k Monthly Flights

We’re always looking for the right people to help us change the landscape of aviation....

If you want to join us and be at the forefront of the aerial revolution, apply today. Don't see the perfect role for you? Send us an intro.

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Why work at Altitude Angel?

In addition to the benefit of working at a technology-oriented, modern company, our standard benefits include:

  • Competitive packages
  • Minimum 25 days holiday
  • Pension
  • Cycle-to-work scheme
  • Flexible & Remote Working schemes
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing policies
  • Regular socials
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Equality, diversity and inclusion at Altitude Angel

Our mission is to safely and securely open the skies for all, and we believe open, diverse perspectives make for a better company and better products too. We strongly encourage applications from underrepresented groups and are committed to equality and inclusivity in our hiring processes and company culture.


Meet some of the team you could be working with...

Our team has a diverse and eclectic background which we think is brilliant. There aren’t many companies where you can spend lunchtime chatting to a former intelligence officer in the RAF and Britney Spears’ former UK publicist, or some of the most senior product engineers at Microsoft.

It’s not where you’ve been that’s important, but where you want to go...