Air International 1994-10
Farnborough Airscene
Sukhoi Su-30MK Flanker displayed at Farnborough '94.
General overview of part of the static park with the US military contingent dominating, including the new Gulfstream C-20G to the right and C-17A on the left while the Airbus A330 and A340 are prominent behind.
General overview of part of the static park with the US military contingent dominating, including the new Gulfstream C-20G to the right and C-17A on the left while the Airbus A330 and A340 are prominent behind.
Making its international debut at Farnborough was the Rolls-Royce Viper 545-powered WSK-PZL Mielec Iryda M-93V prototype SP-PWE.
Flown just over two weeks before the show, PBN's BN-2T-4S Defender 4000 prototype G-SURV was one of very few new aircraft making its debut at the show where it was displayed statically with a BAe Sea Skua missile on one of the port underwing hardpoints.
Artist's impression of the proposed EMB-120AEW, orders for five of which from the Brazilian Air Force were announced hy Embraer at the show.
Cause of much heated debate at the show was the RAF Hercules replacement contract - this wooden mock-up of FLA dominated one end of the static park.
General overview of part of the static park with the US military contingent dominating, including the new Gulfstream C-20G to the right and C-17A on the left while the Airbus A330 and A340 are prominent behind.
Sukhoi Su-29LL '02' (black) is being used to test the Zvezda SKS-94 Super-Light escape system for sports aircraft. An example of the seat is displayed in front of the aircraft.
General overview of part of the static park with the US military contingent dominating, including the new Gulfstream C-20G to the right and C-17A on the left while the Airbus A330 and A340 are prominent behind.
Airbus A330-300 with RR Trent 768s