5 APRIL 2010

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Article from BTNews 5 APRIL 2010

Farnborough hotel

FARNBOROUGH INTERNATIONAL AIRSHOW takes place at the end of July (see above) and already the momentum is building up.  New for the 2008 event, the Aviator Hotel, virtually on the site and owned by Farnborough operator TAG Group, is seizing the opportunity to offer innovative corporate hospitality packages.  “A chalet without a chalet,” is how General Manager Michael Helling is describing what they have on offer, pointing out that the hotel is virtually on the site and is a discreet, comfortable place where business can be discussed, quietly, away from prying eyes.  “Not all companies or individuals want to go to the expense of a chalet or a stand for the whole seven-day show,” he said.  “Aviator’s packages have been designed to offer all the exclusivity of a hospitality chalet without the cost.”  He pointed out that from the terrace clients can watch the air display too.  Both high powered visitors and crew from the executive jet centre use the facility on a daily basis. www.aviatorfarnborough.co.uk

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