FAC urges government for more assistance

The Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) has expressed its concern for all businesses in the sector and its supply chain and has urged the government for continued support. The industry was one of the earliest and hardest to be hit by the coronavirus pandemic due to a sudden slump in passenger numbers and already many jobs have been lost.

Consortium’s long-serving members celebrated

One of the oldest aerospace and defence trade bodies in the UK has marked its longest-serving members with a celebration evening. Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) provides support to hundreds of companies in the aerospace sector and its supply chain.

FAC conference – be there for take off

The 20th annual conference of the Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) could be the most important yet. Speakers from Rolls-Royce, GE Aviation, Gulfstream, Reaction Engines and other leading businesses will address delegates at the day-long event on January 30.

FAC’s awards showcase aerospace talent

The Farnborough Aerospace Consortium’s (FAC) inaugural awards ceremony celebrated the best of the industry – with businesses optimistic about the future. More than 100 delegates attended the black tie function at the Old Thorns Hotel in Liphook, Hants, where the winners were announced.

FAC conference a runaway success

The subject of Brexit hovered over the Farnborough Aerospace Consortium’s (FAC) annual conference this year, but confidence in the sector was as strong as ever.

Dorset companies team up for 25th Annual Great British Beach Clean

Christchurch-based C6(n), which has developed highly adaptable architecture from problem plastics, teamed up with Bournemouth Airport newcomer Gama Aviation for the 25th Annual Great British Beach Clean. Staff from both firms collected and recorded rubbish on a 100m stretch of beach below Southbourne Coast Road. Their findings included discarded cotton buds, crisp packets, carrier bag handles, plastic netting, plastic water … Read More