Farnborough Show Centre

Farnborough Show Centre, Farnborough, United Kingdom


Farnborough Show Centre

Established in 1905 with His Majesty's Balloon Factory, Farnborough Airfield is the first airfield in the British aviation history. It also witnesses the United Kingdom's first powered flight in 1908. Since 1948 the airport is home to the famous Farnborough International Airshow (FIA), held here once in two years. Each edition is visited by over 100,000 people.

Farnborough Airfield covers an area of 310 hectares. The venue is easily accessible and well connected to London by car, bus and rail. It is in the vicinity of four stations – Farnborough Main, North Camp, Farnborough North and Aldershot.

Event Address

Airport: Heathrow Airport 36 km

Railway station: Farnborough Main 3.2 km

How to get to Farnborough Show Centre

By Rail

The venue can be easily accessed by Farnborough Main, North Camp, Aldershot and Farnborough North. A free shuttle service is provided from the first three railway stations for the duration of FIA Farnborough International Airshow.

By Car

Farnborough Airfield is situated on the A325 and can be reached via M3 and A31 motorways.

  • GPS coordinates: latitude 51.283550 ; longitude -0.776649
Map of Farnborough Show Centre

Upcoming events

EventBranchStart dateEnd date
FIA Farnborough International AirshowFIA Farnborough International AirshowAerospace, Airport Technology20.07.202026.07.2020