FIA 2024

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Voyager Flypasts, Rich Goodwin Jet Pits Display, Aerosuperbatic Wing Walkers Display, Windracers UAV on static and a British Airways A320 NEO on static. Classic civillian displays which is nice to have. BA A320NEO may have it's new seats in no idea.

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airbusA330_200 wrote:
Tue 25 Jun 2024, 5:08 pm
BA A320NEO may have it's new seats in no idea.
What joy. :heart_eyes:
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I wonder why they don’t list the F-15QA

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So the 777x, probably one of the few things worth seeing in the air at Farnborough won't be attending. What a fun show.

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milaviation wrote:
Thu 27 Jun 2024, 8:05 am
No Boeing Test Aircraft this year:

https://simpleflying.com/boeing-will-no ... -air-show/
On the other hand:
Meanwhile, the RAF has scheduled two flying displays with its Boeing P-8 Poseidon, which are scheduled to happen on July 22 and July 24.
So maybe in future years we will have a successor of the Nimrod displays on the circuit?
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F-15QA added for all five days, Starlings Aerobatic team for the Friday...

https://www.farnboroughairshow.com/the- ... t-listing/

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Leonardo aircraft on static as well as JetBlue A220 and Virgin A339 confirmed as the operators of the type. Biggin hill spitfire and hurricane added as flying on Friday

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DANISH F16 due to validate wed 17th/thursday 18th from my understanding
I like planes I guess?

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Tommy wrote:
Fri 05 Jul 2024, 12:45 pm
One would guess that the B-52 at Fairford might not be leaving for a week then?
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Wonder if the B52 will be a fly past every day for the trade days. I seem to remember not so long ago this use to be the case.

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lynothehammer wrote:
Sat 06 Jul 2024, 9:00 pm
Wonder if the B52 will be a fly past every day for the trade days. I seem to remember not so long ago this use to be the case.
will be just the friday, and will be an orbit pass if Riat 23 is anything to go off of.
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2x Qatari F15-QA Landed at Lakenheath this evening, presumably the two demo jets for RIAT & FIA

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Massive update today, including the US DoD types. B52 flypast Wednesday & Friday.

https://www.farnboroughairshow.com/the- ... t-listing/

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F-15E and F-35A flythrough on way home from RIAT on Monday?
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Nice to also see US Army heli's coming and Navy Wings are always a welcome addition

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capercaillie wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 3:05 pm
F-15E and F-35A flythrough on way home from RIAT on Monday?
F35A is on static so probably a flypast before coming into land?

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As a regular attendee for several decades, it is still a long way from looking great, seems to be a lot of "airshow padding" on the list, not much trade show....

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airbusA330_200 wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 4:44 pm
capercaillie wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 3:05 pm
F-15E and F-35A flythrough on way home from RIAT on Monday?
F35A is on static so probably a flypast before coming into land?
No, they did the same last year from RIAT. Couple of circuits then went back to Lakenheath.

I'd imagine if there's going to be one on the ground it'll arrive before the RIAT weekend.

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Amp wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 4:46 pm
As a regular attendee for several decades, it is still a long way from looking great, seems to be a lot of "airshow padding" on the list, not much trade show....
Unfortunately a sign of the times but this does look significantly better than 2022. Just lacking the 777 or 350.

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lynothehammer wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 8:03 pm
Amp wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 4:46 pm
As a regular attendee for several decades, it is still a long way from looking great, seems to be a lot of "airshow padding" on the list, not much trade show....
Unfortunately a sign of the times but this does look significantly better than 2022. Just lacking the 777 or 350.
Well that’s no really Farnborough though, that’s just Airbus focusing on selling the A321XLR and Boeing wanting to focus on certification on their jets instead of going to an airshow.

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airbusA330_200 wrote:
Fri 12 Jul 2024, 12:26 pm
lynothehammer wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 8:03 pm
Amp wrote:
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 4:46 pm
As a regular attendee for several decades, it is still a long way from looking great, seems to be a lot of "airshow padding" on the list, not much trade show....
Unfortunately a sign of the times but this does look significantly better than 2022. Just lacking the 777 or 350.
Well that’s no really Farnborough though, that’s just Airbus focusing on selling the A321XLR and Boeing wanting to focus on certification on their jets instead of going to an airshow.
Nope i fully get it, just always nice to see a heavy being thrown about the skies over Farnborough. :D

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Navy Wings removed from flying and onto static

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Any ideas on when stuff is due to arrive?
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