Model of the proposed Tupolev Tu-414 on display at Farnborough '94.
Defender 4000 prototype G-SURV made its debut appearance at Farnborough '94, albeit only on static display as it had only made its first flight two weeks before the show. It is seen with a Sea Skua anti-ship missile mounted on the port inboard underwing hardpoint.
PBN BN2T-4S Defender 4000.
Seen here during roll-out on June 23, 1994, from the Sogerma facility at Toulouse, this view gives a good impression of the size of the Super Transporter. Note the ‘underslung' cockpit to enable straight-in loading and redesigned tail unit with twin auxiliary fins.
The A300-600ST cargo door is the largest ever built for any aircraft, weighing some two tons. Built by Aerostructures at Hamble, UK, it enables loading/unloading in 45 minutes, compared to two to three hours for similar operations with the Super Guppy.
Still mostly finished only in primer, the first SATIC Airbus A300-600ST Super Transporter, F-WAST (c/n 655), takes to the air for the first time on September 13, 1994, at Toulouse.
Interior of the A300-600ST during construction - the workmen lend scale and emphasise the size of the cargo compartment which has a volume of 1,400m3, a diameter of 7.4m and usable length of 37.7m enabling carriage of loads up to 45.5 tonnes.
Exploded view of the A300-600ST showing workshare on the non-standard components.
SATIC Airbus A300-600ST Super Transporter.
Retouched photograph depicting the new Citation Bravo, also launched at Farnborough '94 on September 5, 1994 and intended to replace the current Citation II.
Artist's impression of the Boeing 737-800, a stretched version of the Series 400, which was launched on September 5, 1994 at Farnborough '94