Tracing its history back to the first decade of the 20th century, the Paris Air Show in Le Bourget was known as the most significant Air Show before the United Kingdom's Farnborough and the Dubai or Singapore Airshow. The show held annually in June was attended by more than 3,000 journalists, 140,000 professionals, and over 180,000 general public visitors.
This international aerospace and aviation exhibition is organized every two years and is deemed to be one of the oldest and largest air shows on the planet. Here you will find the newest technologies in the aerospace industry, with related equipment like aircraft engines, aircraft cabins, satellite navigation technology, and seats and weapons systems. The inception of the fair is usually reserved for trade visitors only, and at the weekend the event opens its doors for the public.
During the course of the event, you will discover about 150 aircraft, many of which show their skills during the flying demonstrations in the afternoon. It gives exhibitors the opportunity to represent their technical expertise to the public.