Exhibit space for the Farnborough International Airshow 2010 sells out by May

FARNBOROUGH, England, 28 May 2010. The Farnborough International Airshow, set for 19 to 25 July in Farnborough, England, has sold out all of its exhibition space, event planners announced this month. The show will be better than ever for business, organizers say.

This news comes after considerable investment into the event to improve networking opportunities and the overall visitor experience. Improvements have come to site infrastructure, a themed conference program, a meet-the-buyer event, and the return of the Business Aircraft Park.

“We have seen considerable interest in this year’s show with exhibitors attending from 38 countries so far, says Shaun Ormrod, chief executive of air show organizer Farnborough International Ltd. (FIL). "We have sold 166 chalets; 22 international pavilions -- including new groups from Morocco, Brazil, and Portugal; eight regional UK pavilions, and all our new first-time-exhibitor packages."

The editors of Avionics Intelligence and Military & Aerospace Electronics will produce the Farnborough Report electronic newsletter with the latest technology and business news from the Farnborough International Airshow 2010.

The Farnborough Report will go out to all subscribers to the Avionics Intelligence, Military & Aerospace Electronics weekly, or Defense Executive e-newsletters. If you're not already a subscriber, go to www.militaryaerospace.com/index/newsletters.html and sign up for one or all of these e-newsletters, and the Farnborough Report will land in your inbox every day of the Farnborough International Airshow 2010.

For more information on the air show, visit the Farnborough International Airshow 2010 Website at www.farnborough.com.

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