TAKE A LOOK-Farnborough Airshow

July 18 (Reuters) - Aerospace firms are setting out wares from luxury jets to lethal drones at back-to-back British air shows this week, hoping trade tensions will not deter airlines from buying jetliners even as geopolitical uncertainty allows them to sell more weapons. Following are the highlights of Reuters' coverage:

TOP STORIES

> Boeing wins deal for new Air Force One jets

> Boeing lifts demand forecast as orders roll on

> Rolls may stockpile parts due to Brexit in Q4

> Boeing sees supplies savings from Embraer deal

> Startup backed by JetBlue founder bags 60 A220

> Japan's MRJ faces dogfight with sector giants

> Deals flow as UK tries to soothe Brexit fears

> UK rivals France-Germany fighter jet plan

> F-35 price falls 6 pct to sub-$90 mln -sources

DEALS

> Republic Airways to buy 100 Embraer jets

> GECAS agrees deal for 35 737-800 freighters

> Aviation Capital orders 20 737 MAX 8s

> Air Lease in $9.6 bln deal for Boeing jets

> Airbus gets order for 100 A320neo family jets

> Volga Dnepr in $11.8 bln Boeing freighter deal

> ICBC behind 'unidentified' $9 bln A320neo deal

> Airbus says customer signs up for 8 A350-900s

> Jet Airways behind 'unidentified' Boeing order

> Gol orders 30 Boeing 737 Max 10, 15 Max 8s

> Jackson Square to buy 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets

> Taiwan's Starlux signs MoU for 17 A350 jets

> Boeing strikes $4.7 bln deal for 777s with DHL

> Airbus in Viva Aerobus order talks - sources

CIVILIAN

> Japan's regional jet not flying so high

> AirAsia CEO says no plans to be at Farnborough

> TUI likely to plump for larger 737 MAX plane

> Rolls made proposal for Boeing mid-market jet

> Airbus aims to triple services sales in decade

> Qatar Airways adapts to regional dispute

> UK plays down Brexit threat to aviation boom

> Spicejet talks to planemakers over long-haul

> GE Aviation says changes at GE no constraint

> No big impact yet from trade tensions - Boeing

> UK backs Scottish spaceport plan with $40 mln

> Embraer sees 20-yr demand for 10,550 mini jets

> Rolls-Royce plans for take-off in flying taxis

DEFENCE

> BAE aiming for UK fighter jet partners by 2019

> Eurofighter points to Belgium role on fighter

> US in talks with Turkey to sell Patriot system

> Airbus urges Europe, UK cooperation on fighter

> Northrop upbeat on German drone talks

> Typhoon order outlook in good shape - BAE CEO

> Raytheon's StormBreaker in operational tests

> Dutch plan to sign Reaper drone deal - sources

> UK near to buying Boeing AWACS planes -sources

BACKGROUND

> Jetmakers set course through trade war, Brexit

> Higher oil price to spur Farnborough deals-IBA

> Boeing's H1 deliveries up, orders top Airbus

> Airbus ups demand forecast, sees delays easing

> Airbus CEO steps up warning over hard Brexit

> Trump ready to help NATO states buy US arms

(Compiled by Mark Potter)