View the full 2018 Farnborough International Airshow exhibition regulations here.

Alternatively, you can view extracts specifically relevant to your electrical supplies below:

D4 – Maintenance of Supplies

During the Exhibition, the official electrical contractor will maintain the mains supply throughout the Exhibition Site, together with those installations for which they are responsible. It may, in exceptional circumstances, be necessary to carry out essential maintenance or other such work to the mains installation during the hours of the Exhibition. Any interruptions will be kept to a minimum.
The Organiser shall not incur any liability to an Exhibitor or contractor if the service is temporarily disconnected to carry out such work, nor shall the Exhibitor or Contractor be entitled to any allowance or compensation in respect of any payments made for participation.
The official electrical contractor will not be responsible for the maintenance of installations carried out by other electrical contractors, unless insurance cover has been taken out with the official electrical contractor prior to the Exhibition.
Any faults occurring to an Exhibitors installation or the main electrical supply as a result of poor Exhibitor installations or faulty Exhibitor equipment will be chargeable to the Exhibitor concerned. This includes nuisance tripping of any RCD’s. The official electrical contractor will attend to rectify any fault at his earliest convenience once notified and reserves the right to charge a standard call out fee following the first free visit. Payment for this would be required on Site at the time of reset unless insurance cover has been taken out with the official electrical contractor prior to the Exhibition.

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