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The Farnborough Airshow begins
You can always tell when an air show is in full swing when checking out the travel wire -- every several hours Boeing or Airbus or Embrarer will anounce another deal with another rich country or magnate for a few dozen aircraft; today, FlyDubai bought 50 737s and Emrarer sold 22 jets to Consorcio Aeromexico SAB.
It's also a good time for airframe manufacturers to update the world on what's going on with their newest creations, namely "Why is the 787 so behind schedule?" and "Can you really fit a schoolbus inside of an A380?", so keep an eye out for announcements along those lines and your shares of stock to follow the news.
I, personally, was thinking about going this year, but unfortunately ran out of time off at work with which I can enjoy such pleasures as long weekends in London.
No worries. I'm saving myself for the Paris Air Show, THE place to be for airplane debauchery, delight and excitement (only held on odd years). See you in Paris on the 15th of July next year!