Farnborough International Airshow is within easy reach of four stations – Farnborough Main, Farnborough North, North Camp and Aldershot. A free shuttle bus service will run from Farnborough Main, Aldershot and North Camp stations to the show site.
Farnborough Main is approximately 35-40 minute walking time from the Farnborough Airshow Pedestrian Entrance (Gate B).
For rail travel enquiries, train times and fares please call the National Rail Enquiries Line on +44 (0)8457 484 950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
We would always recommend the best way of travelling to the show is by Public Transport, however, should you decide to travel by car, the Farnborough Airshow is located on the A325, accessible from the M3 and A31. During the period of the show there will be special routes in the immediate vicinity of Farnborough which will be clearly sign posted. Please follow signs to the general car park, there will also be traffic marshals to assist you as you arrive at the car park. Parking is free and the general car parks are serviced by free shuttle buses into the show. We do operate several off site car parks, so please remember to make a note of the name of the car park you are in by taking a photo on your phone, or by collecting a ticket with your car park name on before catching your shuttle.
The venue is not recognised on sat nav please follow directional signage in the local area and to the car parks.
Visitors driving from London should allow at least two hours journey time.
If you choose to travel by coach, we have specific coach parks and offer a low level accessible shuttle bus service from this car park regularly throughout the day during the show.
Coach tickets to Farnborough can now be purchased via the Go Ahead London website here
From London Gatwick airport
To travel to the Farnborough International Airshow from Gatwick Airport, take the First Great Western rail service to North Camp station. The train journey is approximately 50 minutes. Free shuttle buses will run from North Camp station into the show ground