With the F-35 missing its U.K. debut due to engine problems, the competing Eurofighter Typhoon fighter took center stage in the flying display. Photo credit: Mike Vines/Show News
Boeing’s maritime surveillance aircraft, the P-8A, which played an early role in the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, made its Farnborough debut, participating in the daily flying display. Photo credit: Mike Vines/Show News
Boeing’s 787-9, the stretched Dreamliner, which made its Farnborough air show debut, stunned showgoers with an impressive near-vertical climb during the daily flying display. Photo credit: Mike Vines/Show News
The Airbus A350 continued its world tour, making its Farnborough debut in Qatar Airways livery. The airline is the launch customer for the A350, which is set to enter service later this year. Photo credit: Mike Vines/Show News
A stand-off between Airbus and customer Qatar Airways meant the airline’s first A380 did not appear at the show, with the aircraft's delivery delayed until the deadlock has been resolved. Airbus brought a demonstrator to participate in the flying display instead. Photo credit: Mike Vines/Show News
Members of the British Army's Red Devils parachute team also dazzled show attendees during the air display. Photo credit: Mike Vines/Show News
Although Lockheed Martin’s F-35B missed its highly anticipated flyover, there was still plenty to see in the skies above Farnborough during the trade days of the air show.
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