In the run up to Farnborough Airshow 2012,
Aviator, the sleek, designer hotel which forms an integral part of
the TAG Farnborough Airport offering, has just released its
corporate hospitality menus for this summer's event.
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
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
The menus will be available from £175 per
person including champagne on arrival, lunch, afternoon tea and
wines, beers, and summer cocktails until late afternoon.
Clients who select to host their business
associates in the dining room will also enjoy the benefits of a
table reserved exclusively for them on the hotel terrace. From
here they will have uninterrupted 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.
Whilst Farnborough Airshow focuses
predominantly on the military and commercial sectors, business
aviation is an increasingly important part of the show landscape.
“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
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