The Society of British Aircraft Constructors Ltd Archive

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The Society of British Aircraft Constructors (SBAC) was the trade body for the British aerospace industry. As well as lobbying for the interests of the industry, it organised the Farnborough Air Show. The organistation later became known as the Society of British Aerospace Companies.

Administrative / Biographical History

The Society of British Aircraft Constructors (SBAC) was formed in 1916 as the trade body for the fledgling British aerospace industry. As well as lobbying for the interests of the industry, it organised the Farnborough Air Show. The organistation later became known as the Society of British Aerospace Companies.

The SBAC merged with the Defence Manufacturers Association and the Association of Police and Public Security Suppliers to form the ADS Group in October 2009.

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