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Gulf carrier is expected to decide if it will still go for A350 after cancelling its original order in 2014.
The BIAS show has grown since the first edition in 2010, but it will in future be held in November rather than January.
Bombardier showcases the advantages of its new airliner during Farnborough demo flight.
Already stringent rules at Farnborough have meant few changes, the main one being the Red Arrows not doing a flypast instead of a display.
Boeing is preparing the 737 Max production line for a ramp-up in speed as flight testing continues towards certification.
The continuing lack of certainty over the terms under which Britain will leave the European Union could damage the UK aerospace sector.
Franco-Italian manufacturer continues to roll out product improvements but is confident it can maintain its success.
More than 220 companies showcase their goods and services; new seminar series, “The Hub,” debuts at the pavilion.
Feeding back technology into the Trent XWB-84 model will also create an improved “EP variant of that for future A350-900s.
U.S. company has always led the way in aluminum for aerospace but it is investing heavily in additive manufacturing and other “disruptive” technology.