Corporate menus for Farnborough at Aviator Hotel


Farnborough Airport hotel prepares for Farnborough 2012

Aviator Hotel launches Airshow menusThe Aviator Hotel has
launched its corporate menus for Farnborough Airshow 2012. The new menus
feature a brasserie style selection of dishes designed to appeal to aviation
executives and corporates wishing to entertain business associates during the
show. The all-inclusive menu features an array of dishes such as Seared Hand
Dived Scallops and Devon Crab with White Radish, Sweetcorn and Ginger Dressing,
Pan Fried Black Sea Bass with Shaved Fennel Salad and Razor Clam Sauce Vierge,
whilst the Fillet of Beef Forestiere with Buttered Spinach offers a meaty

Clients and their guests
will benefit from a table booked on the hotel terrace with views of the daily
air display. For 2012 table hosts can invite from two to ten guests to enjoy
the Aviator hospitality, reserve the private dinning room or larger parties can
book meeting rooms to host special dinners or events pre, post or during the airshow.

Brasserie guests are also
entitled to complementary parking subject to availability and are issued with
dedicated VIP passes which allow ease of access to the airshow exhibitors via a
private hotel entrance that sits adjacent to the main Farnborough entrance.
Located just 100 metres from the hotel via a private pathway this speeds up
access making the Aviator a convenient base for businesses that need a presence
for a limited number of days but don’t want to commit to a full-on stand or

Whilst Farnborough Airshow
focuses mainly on military and commercial sectors, business aviation is an
increasingly important part of the show. In 2010 alongside international
commercial aviation companies maximising the private dining rooms, Aviator
hosted a high number of business aviation clients at its Brasserie tables.
“Farnborough Airport is Europe’s
only dedicated executive aviation airport so a high number of our regular
clients originate from this community, and make the most of our services
throughout the week. During 2010 Aviator became a real business aviation hub
and we anticipate this year will replicate that as guests experienced the
benefit of our proximity to the show,” said Michael Helling general manager of
the hotel.

TAG Farnborough will be hosting
all their corporate hospitality at the hotel alongside major companies
including international aviation finance houses, legal firms, and other aerospace
industry executives.

Helling continued “This year
we are receiving an increased number of requests from all sectors of the
aviation market, and are particularly attractive for companies who need a
convenient stylish location to host their clients. Aviator provides a great
option for corporate hospitality within a stone’s throw of the main exhibition area.”

Both TAG and the Aviator
Hotel will be attending EBACE in Geneva.