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39
The Journal

Feature


Tracey Curtis Taylor

Tracey Curtis Taylor

Bird in a Biplane, Tracey Curtis Taylor speaks about her experience flying 13,000 miles from Farnborough to Australia in a vintage Boeing Stearman.

Feature


8th Birthday Celebrations

8th Birthday DJ Night

Celebrate Aviator's 8th birthday with an exclusive live DJ set by the renowned international musician Spencer Mac, in association with Pommery.

Interview


Pommery Champagne

Pommery Champagne

Aviator talks to Sara Hicks, UK Director of Pommery, and discovers the history behind the iconic Champagne brand and their exciting upcoming plans.

On The Menu


Meet The Makers

Meet The Makers

Introducing Meet The Makers, a series of monthly events where we will be showcasing our local suppliers alongside our Grand Buffet Sunday lunch.

The Wild Card


Yun Hider

The Wild Card

Yun Hider, Aviator's professional forager gives us the lowdown on this season's natural ingredients.

Wishlist


Agent Provocateur Swimwear

Agent Provocateur Swimwear 2016

Whether beach or poolside, make a splash with Agent Provocateur's 2016 swimwear collection.

In the Cellar


Summer Wines

Côtes du Rhône

Presenting the perfect selection of wines to accompany our new Summer menu.

Farnborough Airshow 2016


11th - 17th July

Farnborough Airshow 2016

With the Farnborough International Airshow around the corner, make Aviator your weekend retreat. With unrivalled views, award winning food and drink and impeccable hospitality, there really is no better place to enjoy the Show.

Treatment


REN Body Glow

REN Body Glow

An invigorating mineral rich full body exfoliation using principles of the REN bespoke body massage to buff away dead skin cells and leave your skin velvety soft and renewed.

The Swan


New Garden Open

The Swan

Join us at The Swan for a drink or two in our newly refurbished garden.

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