The health and safety of our employees, as well as our customers, suppliers and everyone else we work with, is our top priority. This remains paramount during the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic to help reduce the burden on the NHS. Throughout this time of global emergency, Leonardo is continuing to work hard to deliver on our promises to our customers while keeping our people safe. This extends to ongoing activities that have been defined by the Ministry of Defence as critical, on which both our nation and UK allies rely.

Statement from Norman Bone, Managing Director of Leonardo in the UK

Statement from Norman Bone, Managing Director of Leonardo in the UK

In this time of global emergency, I would like to extend my thanks to our customers for their continued support, and to our employees and suppliers for their hard work and resilience in the face of this crisis.

Supporting UK efforts to combat Covid-19 emergency

A flexible approach to future working

UK Chairman and Managing Director of Leonardo, Norman Bone, looks ahead to how the company is adapting its working practices as employees gradually start returning to sites across the UK.

A flexible approach to future working

Always on Hand

Always on Hand

From aircraft availability and cyber security to helping operators and authorities to face the Covid-19 medical and security challenges in the UK and worldwide, Leonardo key workers have continued to support their customers throughout the pandemic.

Adjusting to working from home

As the UK’s Covid-19-driven lockdown continues, we focus on the adjustment to working from home, and the benefits and difficulties it brings.

Adjusting to working from home

STEM at Home

STEM at Home

Continuing our commitment to STEM education, even while social distancing, Leonardo has created some resources that will hopefully stimulate and entertain adults and children alike, while you are at home.

Smart Working during Covid-19 crisis and beyond

Smart working is rising dramatically as a result of the Coronavirus Covid-19 emergency. Enabling people to work remotely not only means providing the appropriate tools to do so, but also developing a complex system of digital interactions that go beyond the jurisdiction of companies or public administration organisations.