BBGA ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DRINKS RECEPTION 2019
Royal Gardens Hotel, Kensington - 12 December 2019
The BBGA will be holding their annual Christmas Drinks Reception on 12th December at the Royal Gardens Hotel, Kensington from 7pm to 9pm.
The evening is an opportunity for members and industry colleagues to network and celebrate another exciting year in Aviation.
We are delighted to welcome Close Brothers back as our event sponsor and would also like to thank Gulfstream for their continued support of the event. We welcome our new sponsors Signature TechniCAir and also Voluxis.
Buy 3, get a 4th ticket free. (Individual Tickets are £63 excl. VAT)
Come along and help us celebrate another exciting year in Aviation …… BBGA Members, their guests and non-members are all welcome to attend.
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The diagram below shows representations of the nine freedoms of the air, taken from a recent ICAO report.
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BBGA MEMBERSHIP & DIRECTORY
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