2012 Olympics promises a boost to those catering to business aviation
Next summer's Olympic Games are expected to result in a spike in air traffic in the U.K., as aircraft from throughout the world converge on Britain to bring tens of thousands of spectators, media, sponsors, celebrities, dignitaries and athletes to the quadrennial competition. The games are set to open July 27 and end Aug. 12. Along with hotels, restaurants, limousine operators and others serving the visitors, regional fixed-base operators (FBO) are expecting to see a considerable ...
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