Partnership off to flying start

John Dingle, second left, managing director of Dingles Toyota, handing the Aygo keys to Andrew Bell,

John Dingle, second left, managing director of Dingles Toyota, handing the Aygo keys to Andrew Bell, chief executive of Norwich International Airport, with Brendon Lansdowne, Dingles Norwich business centre manager, and, inside the Aygo, Rachel Newton, marketing and promotions assistant for Norwich International Airport. - Credit: supplied

Dingles Toyota in Norwich has signed a new joint partnership with Norwich International Airport.

The dealership, in nearby Delft Way, has supplied a sign-written Toyota Aygo for use by airport marketing and promotions assistant Rachel Newton when she visits regional travel agents and attends various promotional events within the airport's catchment area.

Andrew Bell, chief executive officer for Norwich International Airport, said: 'We are excited about our new partnership with Dingles, a well-established local company, on this venture and we look forward to working with them in the future.'

Initial conversations began when Brendon Lansdowne, who manages Dingles' Norwich Business Centre, supplied Norwich International Airport with a Toyota Hilux, which it uses out and about on the runway. As a result, Dingles hopes to maintain this relationship.

Managing director John Dingle said: 'This is an excellent opportunity for both parties, as it sees the start of a local business relationship. It's an opportunity that will drive awareness for both businesses while the Aygo is out representing Norwich International Airport around the local county, so look out for the little silver Aygo.'

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