The Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run, sponsored by Airbus, has been given the thumbs up by PC James Ball and PC Alan Hawthorne, Response Team A, Coventry, at the British-Irish Airports EXPO in Birmingham. Taking place on Saturday 2 September 2017 on Budapest Airport’s runway 13R-31L, the 5 and 10km race is the air transport industry’s premier charity-sportive event.
Airport suppliers exhibiting at this week’s British-Irish Airports EXPO in Birmingham were met by the marketing roadshow team for the next-great networking event, Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run 5.0, sponsored by Airbus. Besides airlines and airports, enterprises from across the aviation community are invited to compete for a series of anna.aero-Budapest Airport “Golden Cake Trophies” and we found a lot of runners in Birmingham…
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Share|Realtime Knowledge’s Ollie Howes and Susie Chillcott are used to developing systems that make businesses perform better, could they have the winning running method which will see their team lead the way on Budapest’s runway on Saturday 2 September?
Comfortable running for over an hour on a rugby pitch, Zacharias Smith, Technical Sales Manager, JLC Group, thinks he’ll be fine on Budapest’s runway just as long as he has an odd-shaped ball to chase.
With an average running pace 4.66min/km, lifting systems specialist Vaculex’s UK Sales Manager, Steven Higgins could easily lead the next ‘Fastest Aviation Enterprise Team’ to victory, alongside colleague Dale Hetherington, Sales Manager, Airport and Logistic Solutions.
Stanley Robotics’ Alexia Schnell, Office and Communication Manager and Silvia Valenzuela, Account Manager, think this year’s Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run could be the ideal way to visit the beautiful Hungarian capital city, while having the chance to network as well.
Looking Good! Matthew Mines and Jane Campbell, PCL Corporate Wear, pride themselves on being practical and stylish, we think they’d look practically stylish on Budapest’s runway.
One of our neighbouring exhibition stands at British-Irish Airports EXPO, Butterfly Training’s Allan Whyte, Sales Manager UK and Darren Finucane, Director, became very interested in our event, especially when they realised it’s all for charity.
Watching our approach on their CCTV system, Meyertech’s David Wood, Business Development Manager and Joshua Hughes, Marketing Manager will be tracking approaching runners as they race down the runway to bring home an anna.aero-Budapest Airport ‘Golden Cake Trophy’.
Just getting back into running, Jeremy Vincent, Factory Support Manager, Trilo, thinks this will be a unique run to train for and was headed straight back to the office to rally a team together.
Regular 15km runner, Harrie Bonenkamp, International Sales and Marketing, Colson Europe should find 10km on Budapest’s runway a breeze. With companies continually looking for new ways to support charities each year, the Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run could be ideal.
Early booking discount ends 1 July – click here to sign up
There’s now just three weeks left to get the lowest possible price for the Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run, registration goes up on 1 July, although we’ll be more than happy to take the extra money from you should you miss the deadline as all entry fees are entirely donated to international child cancer causes and a Hungarian charity assisting with the inclusion of handicapped people in sports.