10 JUNE 2019


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Article from BTNews 10 JUNE 2019

Future of Aviation (Docklandís Style)

On Thursday 20 June (18:30 to 21:30), and rather grandly titled the Future of Aviation, London’s early morning business newspaper, City AM, and the Royal Albert Dock, will host with what essentially is a networking event to promote the fast-developing new business district opposite London City Airport.

The Royal Albert Dock masterplan has been designed by internationally renowned architects Farrells and covers 4.7m sq ft with a budget of £1.7bn.

Those attending this event will have the opportunity to network with leading figures in the industry as well as having a fine view of the work on the airport’s parallel taxiway development, the key to increasing both frequencies and destinations at the fast expanding London hub.

The event is designed for both professionals working in the aviation industry and businesses based within the vicinity of London City Airport, or looking to expand their footprint in this area.

Access is from Beckton Park station just one DLR stop from the ExCel international exhibition centre with direct services to The Bank terminus in the very centre of London.


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