GKN Agrees Permanent Base At Farnborough

The UK’s second-largest civil aerospace manufacturer, GKN Aerospace, has signed a 10-year deal with the Farnborough International Airshow that will see a permanent structure built at the site. The airshow recently completed the construction of its first permanent chalets and ejector seat manufacturer Martin-Baker has also signed a five year agreement with the show. This year’s show opens on July 14, look out for a show preview in the next issue of ATE&M. 

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