The daily flying display is a fundamental part of the exhibition. The display showcases the most advanced aircraft in both commercial and military design. Consistent with Farnborough International Airshow’s business role, the flying display takes place during the afternoon, leaving the morning and lunch period free for business activity. The well-structured display provides a valuable presentation in which you can demonstrate the capabilities of your products, enhanced by an illustrative commentary broadcast across the exhibition site.
Static Aircraft Displays
The natural amphitheatre of the Farnborough Aerodrome allows aircraft to be exhibited to maximum effect in our extensive static aircraft park. Running in parallel to the exhibition, the static display gives visitors the opportunity to view the aircraft close up.
Business Aircraft Park
The Farnborough International Airshow Business Aircraft Park (BAP) is an area devoted to business aircraft manufacturers, their products and services. The Business Aircraft Park is now an integral part of the overall show and contributes significantly to the billions of dollars of business that is done across the trade week.
The following Aircraft participated at the Farnborough International Airshow 2014.
|Company||Aircraft Type||Company||Aircraft Type|
|Aeris Aviation Ltd||Eclipse Jet EA 500||Diamond||DA42|
|Aero Elvira||Edgley EA7 Optica||Embraer||E190|
|Augusta Westland||AW101||Grob||G520T 'Egrett'|
|AW169||Piaggio||P180 Avanti II|
|Beechcraft||King Air 350ER||Qatar Airways||Boeing 787|
|Bell Helicopters||Bell 429EMS||A320|
|Bell 407GX||Sukhoi||Superjet 100|
|Challenger 350||King Air 305ER|
|Q400||Trescal||SA300: Tandem 2 seater|
|Britten Norman||Islander||Viking||Twin Otter|