Dan O'Hagan wrote:What this needs is the UKAR Staff team to properly investigate the situation and get face-to-face reaction from the organisers and thoroughly grill them on all aspects of the show - the pricing, the halls shutting and star items disappearing before the weekend, the airspace restrictions, the wafer thin seaside line-ups, the woeful RAF support in their centenary year and above all else the public reaction and perception of the Farnborough brand, and whether the public show has a viable future.
I'd suggest the Staff team should be on this as a matter of urgency while the issue is still "live". Could be an excellent and indeed important article, if UKAR is indeed to be seen as the voice of the paying punter on the crowd line. Hold their feet to the fire.
You are spot on there.