AIRPORT HOUSE

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Airport House, formally known as Croydon Airport, was the first airport in the world to introduce air traffic control and was London’s first major airport in 1916. Croydon Airport hung up its pilot hat in 1959 and we are now Croydon’s number one Serviced Office Provider servicing around 200 inhouse clients.

Renting an office can be a daunting experience for any company, whether you are a start up or established business. At Airport House we’ve mastered the art of serviced offices and provide our customers with value for money, a flexible contract & modern facilities.”….

 

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Oh what a beautiful mornin’
Oh what a beautiful day!
I’ve got a beautiful feeling everything’s going my way! .

Good morning CROYDON!

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Oh what a beautiful day!
I’ve got a beautiful feeling everything’s going my way! .

Good morning CROYDON! .

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6 days ago

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Now this IS another claim to fame – we actually feature in an Agatha Christie novel! ‘Death in the Clouds’ was first published in the US in 1935 under the title ‘Death in the Air’ .

Hercule Poirot travels back to England on the midday flight from Paris to Croydon Airport in London. He is one of eleven passengers in the plane’s rear compartment and, of course, a mysterious murder takes place whilst the plane is an route to Croydon .
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2 weeks ago

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Croydon Airport came up with big advances; radio telephony (speech transmissions) was used here for the first time instead of Morse Code .

In 1923, Fred Mockford was asked to come up with a distress call, he proposed "Mayday, Mayday, Mayday", because (as most of the flights were from Croydon to Paris) it could be understood by his French counterparts, as it sounded like "M’aidez", ‘help me.’
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