Among the displays: a jet trainer prototype for the Air Force and a "bird of prey" drone meant to scare off wayward flocks.
The exhibition hall featured engines from GE and Rolls-Royce, along with ejection seats and autogyros.
Airbus had numerous planes on display, including the A350, the A380 superjumbo and an A400M military cargo jet.
The relentless accumulation of A321neo orders this year unexpectedly accelerated at Farnborough, underlining Boeing's lack of competitiveness at that large end of the single-aisle jet...
The Boeing Centennial Experience Pavilion showcases technology past, present and future to celebrate the company's 100-year history
At the Farnborough Air Show, the world's biggest owner of widebody jets explains why he's not buying any more current 777s, an analysis that has...
For years, Airbus executives have routinely stolen the limelight at the big European air shows and this year they did so again.
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