Cambridge airport offers new conference facilities

10th October 2008

<p>A new development in Cambridge is intended to appeal to event organisers around the UK by offering state-of-the-art conference facilities, reports</p><p>The Marshal Business Aviation Centre has been built at a cost of £4.7 million next to the airport formerly known as Cambridge City Airport. Now re-named Marshall Airport Cambridge UK, the new business centre offers conference organisers top-of-the-range resources, a new planning centre and new executive handling areas for passengers moving through the airport.</p><p>The new development and renaming of the airport itself aims to benefit from the industry reputation of the Marshal name, while also maintaining close links with the city of Cambridge.</p><p>Improved business resources will complement an additional aircraft maintenance facility which is intended to draw further traffic to the airport. The airport itself offers easy access to cities such as London, as well as offering travellers the benefits and flexibility of a smaller airfield. </p><p>In other news, reports that Goodyear has announced the launch of its new Flight Eagle LT tyre - designed for use on personal jets - at the National Business Aviation Association convention.<br/><img alt="ADNFCR-1753-ID-18821759-ADNFCR" src="" /></p>