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Chance to network at world's greatest airshow

Where: RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire

When: Friday, July 19, 9am to 4.30pm

The Royal International Air Tattoo Business Club is a private members area at the show where companies can network in one of the Air Tattoo's premier hospitality suites on Friday, July 19.

Members will spend the day with like-minded organisations, hear insights from special guest speakers including Jo Salter, the RAF's first female fast jet pilot who is now a director at PwC, all with the backdrop of the Air Tattoo's legendary aviation action.

Pilots and aircrew will also drop in throughout the day for photo opportunities.

The event starts at 9am with refreshments and structured networking followed by guest speakers from 10am-11am.

The flying display is from 11am-3pm with lunch served during this time. Afternoon tea will follow at 3pm with guests departing at about 4.30pm.

Full package details include Air Tattoo networking & hospitality, a place in the Aviation Club on Friday, July 19, with other Air Tattoo Business Club members, morning coffee, two-course buffet lunch and afternoon tea.

The cost is £220 (plus VAT) per person. You can book online at www.airtattoo.com/airshow/commercial-opportunities/air-tattoo-business-club  or email businessclub@rafcte.com  to be invoiced.

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