The Farnborough Airshow combines a major trade exhibition for the aerospace and defence industries with a public airshow. The trade days are in the week days (Monday to Friday) while the public airshow is on the weekend (Saturday & Sunday). This is a biennial airshow which takes place on even-numbered years and alternates with the Paris Airshow which takes place on odd-numbered years.
Farnborough is the oldest active airfield in the UK and has been associated with aircraft and airships since 1908.
The 2012 Farnborough show attracted 109,000 trade visitors over the first five days, and 100,000 public visitors on the Saturday and Sunday. Orders and commitments for 758 aircraft were announced, worth US$72 billion.
Farnborough 2016 Airshow:
• 11-17 July - Farnborough Airshow 2016
Please check with official Farnborough Airshow website for ticket prices and booking.