Military Planes Wow at Farnborough

Jul 15, 2014 No Comments by

The tradition of military participation at what is now the Farnborough Airshow dates back to the 1920s, when the Royal Air Force Airshow was held at RAF Hendon. The event moved around, settling here at Farnborough in 1948. Always a magnet for those interested in peddling or procuring military hardware, the show also sets the stage for breathtaking aerial displays, such as this one, shot by David McIntosh of AINonline, by the RAF Red Arrows jet demonstration team.

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