Farnborough International Air Show 2016 in pictures

Farnborough International Air Show 2016 showcased a spectacular array of military and civilian aircraft. Here are some of the highlights.

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    An F-16 on display at Farnborough International Air Show 2016 (Allison Barrie)
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    Ukranian Helicopters

    Ukrainian Helicopters has taken Mi-8MTV-1s and adapted them for humanitarian missions with modifications like a fully equipped medical module. The aircraft have flown a range of missions from search and rescue to rapid medical support. (Allison Barrie)
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    Boeing 737 Max

    The Boeing 737 MAX is a new narrow body jetliner in development that took its first flight in January of this year. It is designed to be highly fuel efficient and can reach cruise speeds of upwards of 500 mph. (Allison Barrie)
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    Airbus A380

    The Airbus A380, currently the world's biggest airliner, wowed crowds when it hit the skies. The Airbus A380 features a double-decker approach and weighs 400 tons.  (Allison Barrie)
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    Oil Spill Response

    This Boeing 727 is run by Oil Spill Response to fly to the rescue when an oil spill strikes. Modified with several internal tanks filled with oil-eating detergent, it can fly as low as 150 feet to spray the spill to help reduce damage to the environment. (Allison Barrie)
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    The Antonov An-178 made its Farnborough debut. The regional jet has a maximum payload of 18 tons and a rear-loading ramp. Its cruise speed is 445 knots. Saudi Arabia has reportedly pledged to buy 30 An-178s. (Allison Barrie)
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