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Middle East's premier air show

The Red Arrows

Boeing 777-9X

Airbus A380 flyby

Air show shopping

Apache attack helicopter

F-16 Fighting Falcon

Rockwell B-1 Lancer

US-made military hardware

Dassault Mirage 2000

Al-Fursan

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid al-Maktoum

Aerobatic team

UAE Air Force plane

Eurofighter Typhoon

Visitors walk past planes during the first day of the Dubai Airshow in the United Arab Emirates. The biennial aviation extravaganza, which runs from November 17 to 21, got off to a bright start for Boeing. The company said it scored at least 367 orders in deals believed to be worth more than $130 billion.

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Britain's Royal Air Force aerobatic team, the Red Arrows, performs at the Dubai Airshow on November 18.

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A model of the Boeing 777-9X is displayed during the Dubai Airshow on November 17 in the United Arab Emirates. The planned jet grabbed the bulk of orders during the first day of the show, with at least 225 planes on the books.

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An Airbus A380 gives a flying display during the Dubai Airshow. Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways ordered 87 Airbus planes at the show, including 50 A350 aircraft, 26 smaller A321 planes, 10 A320 planes, and 1 A330-200 freighter.
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Here, businessmen view aircraft and trade stands during the Dubai Airshow on November 18. The event is the premier Middle East air show for trade and business delegates organized by F&E Aerospace.
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Boeing's AH-64D Apache attack helicopter is displayed during the Dubai Airshow on November 17.
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A General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon jet belonging to the United Arab Emirates Air Force performs during the Dubai Airshow on November 18.
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A US made Rockwell B-1 Lancer performs during the Dubai Airshow on November 18.
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An Emirati citizen looks at US-made military hardware displayed at the Dubai Airshow on November 18.
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A Dassault Aviation Mirage 2000 belonging to the United Arab Emirates Air Force performs during the air show.
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United Arab Emirates' Air Force aerobatic team, Al-Fursan, performs with an Emirates Airline's Airbus A380 at the Dubai Airshow on November 18. Emirates ordered 200 new planes from Boeing and Airbus worth an estimated $99 billion on the first day of the air show.

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Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid al-Maktoum, left, walks past an Emirates Airline's Airbus A380 as he attends the opening ceremony of the Dubai Airshow on November 17.
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The Al-Fursan aerobatic team flies past an Emirates A380 during the Dubai Airshow on November 18.
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A UAE Air Force plane is displayed during the Dubai Airshow.
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The Eurofighter Typhoon, manufactured by multinational company Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH, takes to the sky during the Dubai Airshow.
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