A321XLR and Turkish Hürjet confirmed at Farnborough

Organization of the air show released the Flying Display of the event that will take place between July 22nd and 26th

The Farnborough International Airshow has released the first “wave” of aircraft confirmed for the event, which will take place between July 22 and 26 in England.

Among the highlights are the Airbus A321XLR, an ultra-long-range single-aisle aircraft, and the Hürjet trainer jet, from Turkish Aerospace, both new to the air show.

In the 2022 edition, the A321XLR was already undergoing a certification test campaign, but Airbus preferred to reserve its public debut for the following year, in Le Bourget, France.

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TAI Hürjet (TAI)

This does not mean that the European planemaker will stop taking more aircraft to Farnborough. The list of confirmations includes an Air India A350-900 and examples of the A220-300, A330-900, A400M and C295, as well as helicopters.

ATR will carry the ATR 72 turboprop in passenger and cargo versions while Qatar Airways will have a Boeing 787-9 and a Gulfstream G700, the first delivered in the world.

Boeing has not yet confirmed which planes will cross the Atlantic, but the 737 MAX 10 and 777-9 are expected to land again in Farnborough.

E190F fireghter maiden flight (Embraer)

E-Jet freighter

Another new feature at the air show will be the E190F, a freighter converted by Embraer itself that will make its debut in front of the public.

The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer will once again show the E195-E2, now in Tech Eagle livery, in addition to the C-390 Millennium and the A-29 Super Tucano.

The Diamond Dart 750 training turboprop and the King Air 260C, among others, are also confirmed.

Qatar Airways Gulfstream G700 (Qatar)

Turkish Aerospace has attracted attention with the development of several aircraft, including the 5th generation KAAN fighter, but has preferred to leave it out of the spotlight for now. However, the Gökbey helicopter will also be in England.

In the next few years, the Farnborough organization is expected to add more aircraft to the list.

Aircraft Display Remarks
Airbus A350 Static Air India
Airbus A220-300 Static Test aircraft
Airbus A321XLR Flying Test aircraft
Airbus A330-900 Static Test aircraft
Airbus A400M Static  
Airbus C295 Static  
Airbus H135M Static  
Airbus H160 Static  
ATR 72-600 Static  
ATR 72-600F Flying  
Diamond DA62 Static  
Diamond Dart 750 Flying  
Embraer E195-E2 Flying  
Embraer E190F Static  
Embraer KC-390 Flying  
Embraer A-29 Super Tucano Static  
Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk Static  
Boeing 787-9 Static Qatar Airways
Gulfstream G700 Static Qatar Airways
Beechcraft King Air 260C Static  
TAI Hürjet Flying Test aircraft
TAI Gökbey Flying  


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