AVA 432 MXS aerobatic plane pushed back to the flight line in front of the new Ukraine AN-178 transport plane.
Antonov An-178 from the Ukraine made its international debut here, five weeks after making its first flight on May 7, 2015. The aircraft will have avionics suite similar to the An-148, and will use Progress D-436-148FM engines. The An-178 is proposed to replace outdated aircraft like the Antonov An-12, Antonov An-26 and Antonov An-32.
The Textron Systems (AAI) US Army RQ-7B dwarfs near its big brother, the USAF C-130J.
As little as it is, the MQ-7B Shadow can be lethal, carrying two FFLLM weapons in this armed configuration.


This combat proven IAI/Airbus Eagle I Harfang is in service with the French Air Force. It is displayed here with two EO payloads.
The Airbus Defense and Space Tanan rotary wing UAV can be configured to carry guided missiles such as this light Multi-Role Missile (MMP) from MBDA, or laser guided rockets.
Airbus A400M military transport aircraft is designed to carry payloads that cannot roll-in to the C-130J, such as this VBCI armored infantry fighting vehicle.
The Brazilian EC725 Caracal on display at Airbus Helicopters static area. Airbus has recently won several orders for this helicopters, beating rivals from the USA, Italy and the UK.
More than 130 Airbus Helicopters UH-72A Lakota light utility helicopters are in US military service. This is one of four helicopters playing for the ‘red force’ at the US Army training base at Hohenfels, Germany
Raytheon displayed the Next Generation Jammer pod on an E/F-18G ‘Growler’ wing, along with an AGM-88E AARGM anti-radiation missile.
Another impressive display at Raytheon was the BGM-109G Tomahawk cruise missile, on the backdrop of other air/ground and air/air weapons from the company.



A closer look at some of the weapons on that wall show (from top to bottom) the Joint Strike Missile, developed with Kongsberg of Norway, the GBU-53B (SDB II), Paveway 4, AIM-9X Block II and AIM-120C7 AMRAAM.
This TC-350 tethered balloon from A-NSE provides persistent surveillance over a specific area. Airships built of similar design can also carry loads and cruise for extended missions.
The Airbus E-Fan is a prototype two-seater electric aircraft being developed by Airbus Group, primarily for pilot training. This prototype was unveiled at the Farnborough Airshow 2014.
At the Paris Air Show 2015 Airbus unveiled a full scale mock up of the E-Fan 2.0 electric pilot training aircraft, designed for training and recreational flying.
Another recreational aircraft from Poland is the Flaris LAR-1, a five seat single engine powered aircraft equipped with a Williams FJ 33-5A. This ultralight jet airplane is designed to operate from grass airstrips. The semi-elliptical wings profile is optimized for high speed, and lift-to-drag ratio and is benign to stall. The manufacturer plans to complete certification by 2016.