The 2016 edition of the Farnborough Air Show ended with over 740 orders totaling over $54 billion. The show started with a strong start but did not surpass the performance at last year’s 2015 Paris Air Show.
Flight demonstrations were cut short the first day due to rainy weather but the flying displays resumed the following day. Some of the flying highlights included the new ANA 787-9 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350 XWB.
PacMin custom desktop models and large scale exhibit models were invited to several press conferences, including order announcements by Boeing, Gulfstream, and Mitsubishi. Aircraft models were also on display at exhibitor booths throughout the exhibit hall floor.