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Aircraft appearing at AeroExpo 2016

PUBLISHED: 10:33 08 July 2016 | UPDATED: 16:10 08 July 2016

PHOTO: Sywell Aerodrome and Hangars

PHOTO: Sywell Aerodrome and Hangars

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A photo round-up of some of the aircraft and attractions that caught our editorial team’s eye.

Heli Charter displayed a new Bell 407GXP you can buy now alongside a mock-up of the 505 you will be able to buy tomorrow.

PHOTO: Philip WhitemanPHOTO: Philip Whiteman

‘Every lawn should have one,’ says HeliAir’s banner: junior dreams while dad checks the bank balance.

PHOTO: Philip WhitemanPHOTO: Philip Whiteman

Flying charity Aerobility is making able pilots – and had a number of aircraft and a try-for-yourself sim to hand at AeroExpo.

PHOTO: Philip WhitemanPHOTO: Philip Whiteman

Trying the new model Cirrus for size – we’ll be bringing you our own flight test report soon.

PHOTO: Philip WhitemanPHOTO: Philip Whiteman

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