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Farnborough 2010 - Trade Show



This Farnborough 2010 is going kick off from monday, i will be posting all the pics related to it here.
A-400M is one of the star of the show,
 

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Farnborough – Media - Preview 2010

[video=dailymotion;xe0ra9]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xe0ra9_farnborough-media-preview-2010-vide_tech[/video]
 

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F-22 Raptor. Validation Display Farnborough Airshow 2010.

 
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Indian defence secretary, minister Pallam Raju to attend Farnborough Air show

Fri, Jul 16, 2010 11:24 CET


India has sent its Minister of State of for defence, Dr. Pallam Raju to the Farnborough Air show to reflect India's clout as a major purchaser of military aircraft.


The Indian Minister of State for Defence Dr MM Pallam Raju leads a 3-member high-level delegation to represent India at the Farnborough Airshow in the UK. Dr Pallam Raju left New Delhi today along with Secretary, Defence Production, Shri Raj Kumar Singh and Air Marshal S Mukerji, Commander-in-Chief, Southern Air Command as part of the official delegation to the Airshow beginning next week.

The Defence PSU Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is among the 1,393 exhibitors from 40 countries participating in the biennial event. India is eyeing its biggest ever defence deal, the 126 multi role combat aircraft and several manufacturers including Boeing, SAAB, Lockheed Martin, MiG and Eurofighter will be on hand to impress the minister and the Indian delegation.

India has made several big ticket defence purchases over the last few months including the Boeing P8i reconnaissance plane, the Lockheed Martin C130J Hercules and the proposed purchase of the C-17 heavy lift cargo plane.

India will be among the "star purchasers" of military aircraft at the Farnborough Air show. In addition to fighters and transport planes, India is going to purchase helicopters, aerial refueling planes, trainer aircraft, UAVs and missiles among others.

http://www.defenseworld.net/go/defe...er Pallam Raju to attend Farnborough Air show
 

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JF-17 Thunder (Blunder) at Farnborough 2010









Look at the 12 million-dollar Fighter.
 
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So finally the JF17 Flew??? I thought they were not coming for the Show! Any more info on what all it did there?
 

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So finally the JF17 Flew??? I thought they were not coming for the Show! Any more info on what all it did there?
It flew all the way, with probably two stops in Between :)

Air Show has not started yet, it will start on 19th

PAF C-130 & JF-17 Arriving

 
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it looks good in Pakistani painting. Hopefully, our pakistan brothers can sell a lot of this. Then they can have more experience in organizing production of mordern figheters, which will increase their ability to supply weapons in a war.
In coming 2-3 years, the chinese engine will be ready for the fighter, making it more compatative in world market.
 
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Don't know why but the Thunders in Farnborough have super cool looks :emot158:












 
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I feel like the JF 17 has put on a bit of weight..can you explain why Dark wave? (aka Emo G)
 

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I feel like the JF 17 has put on a bit of weight..can you explain why Dark wave? (aka Emo G)
Three fuels tanks means they have been flying at almost full Ferry range i.e. 3000 Km :happy_2:
but on the other side I have to say that these Thunders are indeed looking different from the ones we have seen previously
 

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Three fuels tanks means they have been flying at almost full Ferry range i.e. 3000 Km :happy_2:
but on the other side I have to say that these Thunders are indeed looking different from the ones we have seen previously
That is what I meant. The nose cone remains the same but the thunder is a bit fat...
 

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Farnborough Preview from Flight global

 
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@ Satish

here is the PT-03 without DSI, also note the SD-10 on the wing



& the production was all based on PT-04 with DSI, so these JF-17s will certainly look a bit fat & nose has shrunk :happy_2: thats what i can guess & its pretty much clear

 
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Pakistan Air Force JF-17 Arrive At Farnborough Airshow 2010

Big thanks to the PAF for sending these aircraft to Farnborough. Great looking military jets, this is the first time they have visited the Farnborough airshow 2010. The Farnborough International Airshow is a seven-day international trade fair for the aerospace business which is held biennially in Hampshire, England. The airshow is organised by Farnborough International Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of British aerospace industry's body the Society of British Aerospace Companies (SBAC) to demonstrate both civilian and military aircraft to potential customers and investors. It (along with the Paris Air Show) is an important event for the aerospace industry particularly for the announcement of new developments and orders.

http://www.defencetalk.com/pakistan-air-force-jf-17-arrive-at-farnborough-airshow-2010-27537/
 

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Farnborough 2010: Keep Calm And Carry On

British industry in particular—and the wider sector in general—will want to put its best foot forward at the Farnborough showcase, but it is also taking a stride into the unknown.

Turmoil in the U.K. domestic economy, as well as the recently elected government's warning of an age of austerity and cross-departmental budget cuts form a challenging backdrop for one of the world's premier aerospace trade shows.

On the European stage, economic strife also continues. Greece's is the worst plight of European Union economies, but it is not alone in facing financial woes. Budgets are under scrutiny or are already being cut in capitols across Europe, with defense expenditure a guaranteed target.

In the U.S., the defense dollar is also under strain, though from a far higher baseline than Washington's less well-off European military counterparts.

The commercial airline sector, conversely, is looking healthier—at least in the U.S. and the Asia-Pacific region, where passenger and freight traffic are picking up. The European picture, however, is less appealing, with the transient impact of the volcanic ash disruption merely adding discomfit to the economic malaise. U.K. flag carrier British Airways is struggling with a union dispute that it can ill afford but senior management is unwilling to avoid.

If both civil and military show attendees' immediate focus is on the sector's financial welfare and the broader economic outlook, there are signs on the horizon that the aerospace world's centers of gravity may become more numerous and subsequently less concentrated.

Brazil's Embraer is now a fixture in the regional arena, and several countries are looking to emulate the manufacturer's success, either in the same area or in the narrowbody airliner market.

These challenges will be reflected during the first four days of the July 19-25 trade show, which will include themed morning conferences. Ian Godden, chairman of aerospace and defense lobbyist ADS, the parent of show organizer Farnborough International, says the conference program is meant to provide a platform "to discuss key issues that are affecting their business with fellow members of the industry and government officials." There will be no shortage of topics.

Monday July 19 will kick off with the theme of "aerospace" focused on "the future of aviation design and technology." With the delay of next-generation narrowbody projects, the further renewal of technology for Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 aircraft will be of considerable interest. The direction of talks between Airbus parent EADS and comparative regional upstart Embraer will be a point of discussion, as will the engine manufacturers' respective strategies in addressing the narrowbody sector.

The theme for the second day's conference is defense; with the outcome of a U.K. Strategic Defense & Security Review to be made public likely in the fourth quarter, domestic concerns will no doubt be on the agenda. However, U.S. industry is also girding for a reduction in Pentagon procurement funds. One company president says he anticipates the U.S. Defense Department procurement allocation could fall by 3-4% as financial pressures from other areas of defense spending come to bear.

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/gene...line=Farnborough+2010:+Keep+Calm+And+Carry+On
 

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