The threat of new sanctions from the U.S. and the European Union due to the unrest in Ukraine is prompting Russia to limit its participation at the Farnborough air show. In contrast with last year’s Paris air show, in which the Sukhoi Su-35 fighter and Kamov Ka-52 attack helicopter participated in the flying display, there will be no Russian military aircraft at Farnborough this summer. Russia’s United Aircraft Corp. will put the focus on its commercial products instead. As the ...

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