Every two years, the world's largest air show is held in Farnborough, Hampshire, every two years. The seven-day-long show is going on Sunday. The first five days till Friday was just for aircraft makers, investors and government-private-military customers. And for the last two days for the general visitors. The shore was inaugurated on 16th July by the British Prime Minister Theresa May.
In other fairs such as Pussra, the companies display their products, exactly the same. Companies from different countries of the world associated with the aircraft industry are present in this show with their respective products. All types of aircraft and helicopter rows across a wide range. There are various military aircraft. These again show one of the drills of flying in the sky. The companies associated with the construction of the huge pavilion show the products, parts and services.
The UK is going out of the European Union in March next year. This year's air show record held 37 weeks ago, the number of global participants has been able to attract.
The organizers said that, now, from around 100 countries, manufacturers and customers have participated in the show. The most participant was from China. In the first five days 80 thousand people entered the show premises.