Static Aircraft From The Farnborough International Airshow

Here are a few more aircraft from the Farnborough International Airshow. I look forward to when I can develop and upload some from my camera. These were all shot on my Huawei P10 mobile phone. Click on any photo to see a full size image.

Hawk - RAF Red Arrows Aerobatics Display Team
Here is a photo of a Hawk from the RAF Red Arrows Aerobatics Display Team
A DC6 owned by the Flying Bulls collection
This is a DC6 aeroplane, which is owned and flown by the Flying Bulls collection.
Typhoon, formerly known as the European Fighter Aircraft
A photo of the European Fighter Aircraft “Typhoon”. Sadly not flying at the Farnborough Airshow this year.
A photo of an attack helicopter from the Turkish Airforce
This is an attack aircraft from the Turkish Airforce. I don’t know it’s proper name. It was flying at the event so I will upload some photos from my camera as soon as I have developed them.
This is a photo of a Hurricane which was used during the second world war. The Hurricane is now a part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
This is a photo of a Hurricane which was used during the second world war. The Hurricane is now a part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.
A photo of the propeller and exhaust from a Rolls Royce Merlin engine.
This is a photo of the propeller and exhaust of the engine from the Rolls Royce Merlin engine of a Supermarket Spitfire. The Spitfire is known worldwide for its use in the Battle of Britain.

 

7 Replies to “Static Aircraft From The Farnborough International Airshow”

  1. Love these.
    Hurricane and Spitfire, iconic aircraft.
    Typhoon, amazing aircraft. I was involved with testing the software for one of the systems on it 17 years ago.
    Hawk, amazing aircraft. Got involved with testing a flight simulator for it recently, almost felt that we would be able to fly the real thing.

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