Aviator provides shelter from rain


During the Farnborough Air Show, the Aviator provided shelter for many guests from the rain that plagued this year’s event

Aviator HotelAviator, the TAG owned hotel
located at Farnborough
Airport welcomed over 5,000
guests throughout the Air Show week.

The stylish property came into its own during the
rain deluged afternoons offering guests exclusive access to its terraces strewn
with large protective umbrellas.

Leading aviation companies including Bombardier, TAG and Panasonic enjoyed the
full scope of the hotel’s services. “We were busier than ever with clients
maximising every part of our full concierge service with requests ranging from
directions and taxi reservations to the more unusual such as arranging printing
and providing umbrellas for protection against the incessant rain,” said
Michael Helling, general manager of the hotel.

Companies maximising the hotel’s business facilities included Bombardier’s
senior management team who presented their latest forecasts, Panasonic, which
rebooked after their success at the hotel in Farnborough 2010, and TAG who used
the Wright Room Lounge for daily hospitality for 50 guests.

Danielle Boudreau, PR director
at Bombardier said, “Aviator’s proximity to the show, and efficient and
professional services enabled Bombardier to maximise our teams presence at the
event with minimal disruption to our working day.” Confirming the benefits of
Aviator to show guests, the hotel has already taken reservations for the 2014

The hotel consists of 169 bedrooms, a Brasserie, Brasserie Bar, Deli, Sky Bar,
Sky Lounge, 7 meeting rooms and an exercise studio.