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The Farnborough International Airshow is located south-west of London and is served by strong national and international travel links. Travel to Farnborough in as little as 35 minutes by train from London Waterloo or access the venue by car from the M3 and enjoy free parking. For those travelling by air, Heathrow is only 30 minutes away and Gatwick is only 50 minutes by car. Farnborough Airport, adjacent to the venue, is one of Europe’s leading business airports for private flights from around the world.

By Road
Should you decide to travel by car, the Farnborough International Airshow is located just off the M3 (J4) and A31. There is free parking available on the Queens Parade ground in Aldershot. There will be yellow AA signs and traffic marshals directing traffic to the appropriate car parks. Please follow the yellow AA signs with the blue P. All car parks are serviced by accessible shuttle buses which will take you to the show site. The free shuttle bus service runs from 0700 – 1900hrs during the show. There is a walking route from the car park, however, please note it is a 30-minute walk.

On arrival at the gate, you will need your FIA Trade Pass to access the show.

By Rail
Farnborough International Airshow is within easy reach of three stations: Farnborough Main, North Camp and Aldershot.

Farnborough Main is served by South Western Railway and is the quickest station to get to from London Waterloo. To travel to the airshow from Gatwick Airport, Reading or Guildford, take the Great Western Railway service to North Camp station.

A free shuttle bus service will operate from each of these three stations from 0700 – 1900 during the show days of 18-22 July.

On arrival at the gate, you will need your FIA Trade Pass to access the show.

By Air
London Heathrow is a 30-minute drive from Farnborough. Alternatively, there is a shuttle bus from Heathrow to Woking train station where visitors can transfer to Farnborough Main station in as little as 10 minutes. Please visit the Heathrow Airport website for more details.

London Gatwick is a 50-minute drive from Farnborough or alternatively 50 minutes by train from Gatwick to North Camp, where free shuttle buses will be operating between the station and the Farnborough International site from 0700 – 1900 during the show days of 18-22 July. Please visit the Gatwick Airport website for more details.

On arrival at the gate, you will need your FIA Trade Pass to access the show.

Free Offsite Parking
If you are travelling to the show by car, there is free parking available on the Queens Parade ground. There will be yellow AA signs and traffic marshals directing traffic to the appropriate car parks. Please follow the yellow AA signs with the blue P. All car parks are serviced by accessible shuttle buses which will take you to the show site. There are some car parks from where it is possible to walk to the site.

Bus Services From The Train Station
There is a free shuttle bus service from the following stations:

Farnborough Main

North Camp

Aldershot

These will run continuously between 0700 – 1900hrs during the open days of the show 18 - 22 July.

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