FARNBOROUGH, England, 11 July 2016. Farnborough International organizers reveal an increase in international participation at Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) this year; and for the first time, Austria, Brazil, Republic of Ireland, and South Korea all have dedicated country pavilions, bringing the number of international pavilions to 22.
The biennial showcase for the world of aviation takes place on 11 – 17 July 2016 in Farnborough, England.
China also has its first dedicated pavilion representing an increase in footprint and in spend compared to the 2014 show. German participation has also doubled since 2014.
The show has increased its exhibition space footprint in 2016 from previous years. Chalet space is exceeding expectations, they say, with: “fantastic new looks for Embraer, GE, and SAAB; Lockheed Martin unveiling its new permanent structure; a strong presence from the F-35 team; and General Dynamics returning to the airshow.
Other exciting new additions for 2016 include a special Boeing pavilion celebrating their 100th anniversary, which falls on the Friday of the show.
New exhibitor for 2016, Volga-Dnepr will joining the show by demonstrating cargo-handling capabilities in a dedicated Cargo Village.
The Civil and Commercial delegation program boast 26 representative groups from key and emerging markets. The Military delegations program will see a high-level presence from more than 45 countries.
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