BTN Europe presents an overview of business travel and MICE predictions for this year
29 October 2020, 1030 - 1630 CET
The 3rd annual Strategic Meetings Summit Europe is
ExCeL London - 22-23 June 2021
BROOKLANDS own Concorde G-BBDG opens to the public from tomorrow. Visitors will be treated to what the museum calls ”The Concorde Experience” flying Mach 2.2 and over 50,000 ft including all the right noises and an articulate BA captain giving the commentary. Last week Prince Michael of Kent, president of the Brooklands Museum trustees officially dedicated the aircraft, the first British Concorde and flownon by HRH in 1974, prior to commercial service. For the occasion Prince Michael wore the same tie as he wore over 30 years before. Brooklands, unique in being the cradle of motor racing and aviation, is expected to see a big rush of visitors with the new exhibition. It celebrates 100 years in 2007, the world”s first purpose-built motor racing circuit.