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Farnborough Airshow 2022 - Farnborough Airport, UK
From 18th Jul 2022 To 22nd Jul 2022
Farnborough International Airshow 2022 signified the revival of the aerospace, defence, and space industries, with new partnerships forged, contracts unveiled, commitments made and tens of thousands of professionals gathering to reconnect across the sector. Setting the course of the industry for decades to come, sustainability, net-zero, advanced air mobility and space were the leading topics for exhibitors and attendees at the event, which took place 18-22 July, highlighting the industry’s dedication to driving positive change and building a more efficient, greener future. The Airshow was opened on Monday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who welcomed global leaders from the aerospace and aviation industries to Farnborough, UK. Throughout the week 17 Ministers attended the Airshow alongside more than 30 Members of Parliament from across Government. A strong backlog of aircraft and engine orders, billion-dollar global partnerships and contracts across the aerospace, space and defence supply chains were revealed by globally recognised leaders, such as Airbus, Boeing, Rolls-Royce, EasyJet and Embraer. Airbus and Boeing announced deals between them worth $4.5bn to the UK at current programs and prices with 277 confirmed Aircraft orders and a further 81 options.

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Singapore Airshow 2020 - Changi Air Base
From 11th Feb 2020 To 16th Feb 2020
Every two years, high-level government and military delegations, as well as senior corporate executives around the world attend the Singapore Airshow to forge partnerships and seal deals in this region. As Asia’s largest Airshow, this is the place to be for leading aerospace companies and budding players eager to make their mark in the international aerospace and defence market! The event offers a unique platform for industry thought leadership through its high-level conference, forums and co-located events. Leading industry players, government and military chiefs gather here bi-annually to contribute to dialogues, exchange ideas and seek solutions and strategies to advance the interests of the global aerospace and defence sector.

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Farnborough International Airshow - Farnborough, UK
From 16th Jul 2018 To 22nd Jul 2018
The 2018 Farnborough air show celebrated its 70th birthday this year, and AirTeamImages photographers provided full coverage of the event. The show has seen US $192bn in deals, up by $67.5bn on the 2016 Airshow. More than 1,400 commercial aircraft were ordered at the show valued at $154bn More than 1,432 engines were ordered worth $21.96bn

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Royal International Air Tattoo - Fairford, UK
From 13th Jul 2018 To 15th Jul 2018
A record crowd of 185,000 people enjoyed a feast of flying as the Royal International Air Tattoo staged international celebrations marking the Royal Air Force’s Centenary at RAF Fairford. In total, 302 aircraft, from 43 air arms representing 30 nations attended the airshow, of which 121 took part in the flying display. Among the flying display highlights were a number of unique flypasts. A special tribute to the legendary 617 ‘Dambusters’ Squadron saw the iconic Lancaster bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight fly in formation with the squadron’s current aircraft, the Tornado, and the RAF’s new state-of-the-art F-35B Lightning II. Another flypast featured nine RAF Typhoons in formation, as part of centenary celebrations. Other flying highlights included displays by the US Air Force Heritage Flight; the Ukrainian Su-27 Flanker; the Royal Canadian Air Force CF-188 Hornet; the French Aeronavale Rafale M duo; the Italian Frecce Tricolori aerobatic display team and the RAF’s Red Arrows. Visitors on Saturday were treated to a rare flypast by a US Air Force B-2A Spirit stealth bomber that had made the round trip from its base in Missouri, US.

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Chteau d'Oex International Hot Air Balloon Festival - Switzerland
From 26th Jan 2018 To 3rd Feb 2018
Chateau d Oex in the Vaudois Alps of Switzerland plays host to an International hot air balloon festival in January of each year. This popular 9-day festival sponsored by Parmigiani includes the possibility for visitors to take a hot air balloon ride and on the Friday night features a spectacular show with night glow and fireworks. The 2018 event marked the 40th anniversary, which brought together pilots from around twenty different countries and around 70 balloons. Château d’Oex has a winter microclimate particularly suited to flying hot air balloons amid the spectacular scenery of the Alps. The link between Château-d’Oex and hot air balloons is a historical one as it was also the departure point of the Breitling Orbiter, a balloon that was the first to circumnavigate the globe in 1999. Piloted by Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones, the balloon beat Richard Branson to the prize – he had previously attempted the flight and failed. Visitors can learn about the story of this adventure at the Château-d’Oex hot air balloon museum located in the centre of the town. Piccard is also known for his solar-powered flight around the planet, completed in 2016. The festival attracts many international visitors and locals across two weekends, with hot air balloons in special shapes, air displays and model hot air balloons. Pleasure flights can also be taken in helicopters around the valley and there are ski slopes in the surrounding mountains. The next event takes place 26 January to 3rd February 2019.

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EAA AirVenture - Oshkosh, USA
From 24th Jul 2017 To 30th Jul 2017
For for one week each summer, EAA members and aviation enthusiasts totaling more than 550,000 from more than 80 countries attend EAA AirVenture at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where they rekindle friendships and celebrate the past, present, and future in the world of flight. The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration has it all when it comes to aircraft. Warbirds. Vintage. Homebuilts. Ultralights. Some you would normally find in a hangar at your local airport, others so unique they are the only one of their kind.

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Stakeout Fly-In - Stoke Golding, UK
From 22nd Jul 2017 To 23rd Jul 2017
The annual Stoke Golding Stakeout and Open Weekend has grown into a must visit destination for visiting pilots and enthusiasts alike. With classic and vintage cars and bikes, craft stalls, food and refreshmentsthe famously risqué banter of our two aviation compères and plenty of visiting aircraft the result is a great weekend.

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MAKS 2017 - Moscow, Russia
From 18th Jul 2017 To 23rd Jul 2017
International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS is to demonstrate achievements of Russian high tech and receptiveness of the domestic Russian market to joint projects with foreign partners. MAKS offers a unique opportunity to those involved in the aviation and space industry business to get to know the opinion of decision-makers generating decisions on key issues related to the development, production and sale of aviation equipment and weapons.

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The Royal International Air Tattoo - Fairford, UK
From 14th Jul 2017 To 16th Jul 2017
A series of spectacular flypasts and jaw-dropping displays ensured the USAF's 70th anniversary was celebrated in style at a sold out Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford. The airshow, which took place over three days (July 14-16), attracted a record crowd of 160,000 people who enjoyed thrilling flying demonstrations by some of the world's leading pilots. Among the aerial highlights were the USAF Thunderbirds, whose highly-choreographed pre-flight routines were as entertaining as their flying display.

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Paris Air Show - Le Bourget Airport, Paris, France
From 19th Jun 2017 To 25th Jun 2017
2017 is celebrating the 52nd Paris Air Show at Le Bourget with the first four days of the show devoted to trade days, with the remaining three days open to the public. Airbus had two of its latest airliners, the single-aisle A321neo and the A350-1000. Boeing sent its 787-10 Dreamliner and the official launch of a bigger 737 MAX 10. Embraer, with its re-engined E195-E2 and Mitsubishi sent in the first public debut of the new MRJ airliner.

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