According to a short article in the Business Traveller blog, London City Airport in the city’s Royal Docks area, has joined the ranks of airports offering complimentary wireless Internet service. Hooray!
A good time to use that free amenity might be during the airport’s 13th annual Fun Day, coming up on July 4th. There will be a British Airways “village” offering visitors a chance to tour airplane cockpits, dress up in BA uniforms and ride in a mobile simulator, and a sports area where would-be gold-medal winners can try out some of the sports that will be played during the 2010 Olympic Games, which will be held nearby. Not gold-medal minded? Consider entering the non-Olympics sports (so far..) of egg and spoon, sack and three-legged racing.
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Colin Salmon (who plays Charles Robinson in James Bond films) will be a celebrity guest and, oh yeah, there’s also be an air show, with all manner of breathtaking airplane stunts. For more information see the London City Airport Fun Day and Air Show Web site.
Not familiar with London City Airport? You can learn more about it from this handy airport guide.
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One thought on “Free Wi-Fi and Free Fun at London City Airport”
London City Airport feel they need to offer their neighbors a ‘FUN’ day as the create so much Noise & Pollution in the surrounding area.
Their is community group that have felt the need to bring the truth about LCY to the public, as London City Airport are afraid to show the negative effects it has in the most densely populated areas in the UK.
Have a look at our website, Blog site and now Twitter so we can get the truth about LCY’s expansion plans and the underhanded tactics they use in the community
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