Farnborough Airshow in pictures

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A visitor tries on a Striker II helmet mounted display at the BAE Systems showroomImage source, Getty Images
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The eyes have it: A visitor tries on a Striker II helmet mounted display at the BAE Systems showroom
A USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet takes part in a flying display at the Farnborough AirshowImage source, Getty Images
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A US F-16 Falcon fighter jet takes part in a flying display
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James Bond would be pleased: Aston Martin has joined with Rolls-Royce and Cranfield University to build a "sports car of the skies"
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A Royal Air Force Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II (right) and Eurofighter Typhoon perform a fly-past
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May opened the show - and promised more money and research for the aerospace industry
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The US defence industry had a big presence at Farnborough, including this heavily armed Apache helicopter
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A British Royal Air Force Airbus A400M comes in to land
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The E190-E2 from Brazil's Embraer certainly stood out
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Who wouldn't want a selfie with a Boeing F15E multi-role fighter aircraft?
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The Red Arrows perform a fly-past with a Spitfire at the start of the show
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Military aircraft were side-by-side with some of the world's biggest passenger planes
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A model of the UK's proposed new jet fighter, Tempest, was unveiled
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It hasn't rained all week - which is unusual for a Farnborough show