It is the oldest airport in Britain, the only one to serve business aviation exclusively, and the site of a biennial aeronautical extravaganza. It features award-winning avant-garde architecture alluring to the likes of James Bond, and, remarkably, is private property. There's nothing quite like Farnborough Airport—a fact that delights TAG Aviation, its owner. Located 40 mi. west of central London, the airport was the scene of the first powered flight in the U.K. in 1908 and was the ...

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