The Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) is one of the world’s most iconic global aviation events. FIA holds a prominent position within the aerospace calendar taking place once every two years over one week in July. The first five days of the show are traditionally trade days only, followed by a weekend where the exhibition is opened up to the public. 2008’s event featured 165 aircraft in static displays and spectacular flying displays and the public weekend attracted a staggering 153,000 visitors.
This year the Airshow will be held from 19-25 July and is certain to be the most exciting to date. With its existing exhibition halls, flying displays and UAV pavilion, FIA 2010 will evolve its business theme to include a number of new networking initiatives such as a themed conference and seminar programme, a ‘Meet Your Buyer’ event and a day dedicated to International Futures for Youth. Additionally, FIA 2010 will feature a dedicated ‘Space Zone’ and enhanced UAV presence. The Farnborough International Airshow is a World of Opportunities and the Rembrandt Hotel is honoured to welcome visitors of the Airshow to enjoy a memorable stay in July.
London is a hub of activity throughout the calendar year, with the Rembrandt being an ideally located hotel to rest your head after visiting the eclectic range of London events. The Rembrandt Hotel was originally commissioned as luxury hotel for Harrods department store at the end of the 19th Century. Since than, The Rembrandt had a major refurbishment but still maintains that contemporary feel into its Edwardian architecture.
On the borders of both South Kensington and Knightsbridge, it is in an excellent location for visitors to London, be it on a business trip or for pleasure. Located closely to the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum with Harrods a 5 minute walk away, there is always something new to discover during a Rembrandt stay.
I have been living and working in London for over 6 years now and everyday I find myself discovering a new side to London, it really is a city that never sleeps and to visit the capital city for any length of time, you will never be disappointed!
Submitted by Carmella Rubenchik, Sales Executive at The Rembrandt