The U.K. and organizers of Farnborough International 2004 can look back on the biennial event last week and reasonably call it a success. While the tempo seemed subdued and lackluster at times, attendance was generally healthy--despite unprecedented security for a major air show. Large exhibition halls populated by companies of all sizes were crowded, and visitors with appointments jammed many of the company chalets. At least several billion dollars worth of civil aviation business was ...
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