17 MAY 2010

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Article from BTNews 17 MAY 2010

Farnborough Airshow news

FARNBOROUGH last week held a pre-show briefing on the actual site.  Highlight was the announcement that both the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A400M military transport would be making their debuts, a chance for the trade and public to see two of the most important current aerospace projects.  The show is completely sold out with 1,000 exhibitors, 166 chalets and 22 international pavilions.  When other shows are reporting a downturn in business the Farnborough event, from 19 to 25 July, has gone from strength to strength.  Visitors will find new roadways both within the site and adjoining, a new travel terminal and major entrance at gate B (taxis will go to gate A) and a courtesy bus service from Farnborough railway station.  In the meantime Go-Ahead London is busy promoting its bus services from Victoria Coach Station, various high profile hotels and Heathrow (Central and T5). www.londongeneral.co.uk/farnborough www.farnborough.com 

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