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Monday will see the return of the Farnborough International Airshow after 4 years, and the first of the global aerospace majors for three years.

The industry will be reconnecting at such a pivotal time, and for the next 5 days a wide array of aerospace, aviation and defence companies will divulge developments and initiate conversation.

Exhibitors from dozens of countries have been filling halls and pavilions around the show ground, and the flight operations team have been welcoming a steady stream of inbound aircraft that will be taking part in the static and flying displays.

Heating up

With hot weather expected, organisers have put in place increased measures and facilities for the show to ensure the comfort of attendees, exhibitors and staff.

Among the highlights of this year’s show will be the first Aerospace Global Forum, which will address key issues such as future workforce, digitalisation and sustainability.

Flight and static displays

The growing Turkish aerospace and defence industry will also be apparent, as well as the US defence industry and military with both rotary and fixed wing aircraft – including the F35.

Flight displays will see the Embraer E190-E2, Boeing 777X, Boeing 737-10 and Airbus A350-900 – plus many more non-civilian aircraft.

For all the news as it happens, visit wearefinn.com and keep up to date with the daily video wrap programmes from the FINN TV team.

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