Saturday, May 18, 2024
Network Aviation Group’s new HQ is officially open

Network Aviation Group’s new HQ is officially open

Network Aviation Group has officially opened its new global HQ. To mark the occasion two guests, Dr Jaclyn Bell and Aled Griffiths, who are both ambassadors for the charity fly2help cut the ribbon to open the newly refurbished building alongside the Group’s board of directors.

This also provided the opportunity to present a cheque to fly2help for £5,000 which will help the charity support more families with aviation experiences during difficult periods in their lives.

fly2help is a charity that shares the love of flying and is dedicated to changing lives using the power and wonder of flight. The charity offers ‘Air Smiles Experiences’ which provide a day of respite for families going through difficult life experiences, a chance to take to the skies in a light aircraft and make incredible memories together. Aim High, another project available through the charity, showcases all the opportunities available to young people considering their future career choices through a variety of different programmes and workshops.

Network’s Gatwick team welcomed around 50 guests into Eagle House, including key figures who helped the new office get to where it is today. From architects, designers, suppliers and partners who have worked with the team throughout the project, as well as fellow colleagues all joined the party. Welcome drinks, canapes and buffet food really gave the event a celebratory feel.

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“It’s been fantastic to finally settle everyone into the new office and we are sure that the new space will be well utilised and enjoyed by the entire team,” Malcolm Higginson, Network Aviation Group’s Operations Director, said.

“Eagle House is more than just an office space, it’s much better suited to the needs of our business and people, providing staff with a truly comfortable, modern working environment encouraging more collaborative working with the use of various teams’ areas. The new office offers staff an expandable, open plan workspace and we look forward to what the future holds for Network at Eagle House.”

Eagle House is a fusion of an existing, refurbished building sitting alongside a brand-new extension which makes up 103A High Street, Crawley. The new HQ office not only offers more space for workstations but also separate offices, a sizeable boardroom, a quiet meeting/training room and a ‘breakout’ area for staff, which includes a pool table. The new space is modern and contemporary which features smart lighting as well as new recycling options and a bicycle storage area which offers sustainability benefits for the wider team.

Located just outside of London Gatwick, in the heart of Crawley town centre, a 10-minute drive from the airport and a 5-minute drive from the train station, the office is ideally located to maintain our network of clients based in the airport region. The office is ideally situated to allow for short trips into the city or down to the coast for various events and exhibitions. The new HQ office address is Eagle House, 103A High Street, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1DD, United Kingdom.

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