Notable and Quotable
—CEO Fabrice Bregier. announced firm orders for 358 jets at the show and launched the reengined .
—President and CEO Ray Conner.
—President and CEO Jean-Paul Ebanga. The engine consortium signed contracts worth $21.4 billion at Farnborough.
—U.S. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James, expressing hopes on the first day of Farnborough that thewould fly at the show. It did not.
—Group President and CEO Hakan Bushke.
—CEO Kelly Ortberg, on the possibility of a commercial aircraft order bubble.
—CEO Akbar Al Baker, who made a last-minute decision not to bring an Airbus to Farnborough because Qatar was not satisfied with cabin quality.
—Jean Lydon-Rodgers, VP and general manager of’s military systems.
—unveiling plans to develop the first large, dedicated additive manufacturing facility for jet engine parts in Auburn, Alabama.Aviation President David Joyce,
—Jack Bean, general manager of ’ Global Fighter Programs business. He forecasts the upgrade market will be worth $10 billion over the coming decade.
—who says he is trying to “bust the myth” that ’s P-8 Poseidon is the only solution to Britain’s lack of a maritime patrol aircraft. Airbus is proposing a version of its .UK CEO Richard Thompson,
The-9 performed near-vertical climbs during its air display
By the Numbers
Trade visitors to the air show during the week of July 14.
Value, in billions of U.S. dollars, of civil airframe orders and commitments announced during the show.
Number of commercial engine units ordered or commitments made at the show, valued at $34.5 billion.
Number of new orders Boeing won at Farnborough, compared with 358 for Airbus, including finalization of a previously announced order from Qatar Airways for 50 .
Number of orders for the A380. Airbus says it will make a decision in 2015 on whether to reengine the jet.
Years since Airbus first proposed the A330neo, which was launched at the show.
Number of days the F-35 fleet was grounded, forcing the fighter to miss its Farnborough debut.
Number of people that was scheduled to meet with at the show, representing delegations from more than 30 countries.
Number of 70-130-seat jets that projects will be delivered over the next 20 years.