A model of the F35 has just arrived at the Farnborough Airshow.Four planes were due to be the stars of the show but have been grounded for safety reasons.
Show organisers now concede the planes will not take part in flying during the early days of the show which opens tomorrow.The F-35 is a £400 billion project that will see 2,500 of the fighters built. They will be on aircraft carriers like Queen Elizabeth to be based in Portsmouth.
This year's Farnborough Airshow, which starts on Monday, is shaping up to be one of the most controversial for many years.Read the full story ›
Passenger Phil Jackson has only received one of his 5 bags after landing in Bogota. Day 6 into his 2 week holiday with a group of friends, he is still waiting for 3 pieces of luggage.
He should have left the capital of Columbia as part of his multi-stop trip but instead, is having to wait around to find out what will happen with his luggage. Some of his friends have moved on to avoid losing out on their pre-booked flights and trips.
It was only a couple of days ago too that he discovered that it was not the airline's fault his luggage had gone missing but was in fact due to massive problems at the baggage systems at Heathrow's Terminal 5.
Feel sick..... just received my 4 cases 2 days late from BA Heathrow to Las Vegas. Opened them all and they have been completely ransacked.
Thousands of British Airways passengers have been forced to fly without their bags.
Problems with the baggage system in Heathrow's Terminal 5 has caused chaos.
In a statement Heathtrow said: "We experienced intermittent issues with the Terminal 5 baggage system between 26 and 29 June which caused some bags to be processed manually.
"Passengers can now check-in bags as normal.
"Manual processing led to some bags not making flights in time.
"While passengers are receiving bags all the time it will take several days to reunite all passengers with their bags.
"We are very sorry for the disruption passengers have experienced and we are working round the clock with airlines to reunite passengers with their bags as quickly as possible."
Video. It's been hidden away for more than 40 years, historic buildings containing the science and research behind this country's aviation history.
But now the giant wind tunnels at the birthplace of Britain's aviation industry are being opened to the public, and will be filled with sound and light art.
Our reporter Divya Kohli, took a tour of the famous Q121 tunnel and spoke to David Wilson from Farnborough Air Sciences Trust and Tatiana Ojjeh from Artliner
Heathrow Airport has revealed it is operating on a knife edge every day - because the site is so busy, that it sometimes works close to full capacity.
Managers have said they are now introducing radical new measures to reduce daily delays and the massive chaos caused during bad weather and when things go wrong.
The changes include the installation of computer technology used by Formula One racing. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.