As the iconic airshow returns after four years, the combined experts of Airliner World, AirForces Monthly and Key.Aero offer news and analysis of one of the world’s biggest aerospace events.
It’s 75 years to the day since the first Farnborough airshow opened — and with it an exciting era for British aviation. We look back at the highlights of a great aeronautical occasion
ATR will officially launch its new EVO turboprop by the end of next year. Richard Schuurman caught up with Stéphane Viala, the OEM’s senior vice president of engineering, to learn more about the project
Find out what happened at this year’s Farnborough Airshow regarding commercial aviation by reading our debrief on Key.Aero…
Textron Aviation announced on July 20 that it has developed a maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) variant of its Cessna Model 700 Citation Longitude aircraft
UK-based start-up military jet developer, AERALIS, has signed an MoU with Ascent Flight Training to work together on the future flying training system and explore potential collaboration opportunities in delivering military flying training services in the UK and overseas
Israel Aerospace Industries announced at the Farnborough Air Show on July 21 that it had signed a contract worth over $200m to provide a special mission aircraft to an unspecified European country
BAE Systems and Embraer signed an initial Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Farnborough International Airshow on July 19 to collaborate in Middle Eastern markets for the C-390, with an initial focus on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
In the searing heat of the afternoon sun, the Boeing 777X, 737 MAX 10, Embraer E190-E2 and Airbus A350 were among the aircraft put through their paces on day two of the Farnborough International Airshow
Watch the Boeing 777X, 737 MAX 10, Embraer E190-E2 and Airbus A350 wow crowds during the second day of the Farnborough International Airshow.