Introducing the Show
The International Paris Air Show is organised by Salon International de l'Aeronautique et de l'Espace (SIAE), a subsidiary of Groupement des Industries Françaises Aéronautiques et Spatiales (GIFAS).
The 50th Paris Air Show will take place at Le Bourget exhibition centre from 17 to 23 June 2013, and will once again bring together all the industry's players across the globe to showcase the latest technological innovations. The first 4 days of the Show, exclusively for trade visitors, are followed by 3 days for the general public.
Figures (2011 data)
Scope of the Show
The entire aviation industry is in attendance.
Coming from 45 countries
A Show representative of the aerospace industry
Each time the show is held, more than 140 aircraft are presented to visitors.
A number of these are involved in the flying displays held each afternoon.
These displays, which are always spectacular and often amazing, are one of the show's high points, giving exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their technological expertise and allowing visitors to discover the latest innovations.
A B2B Meeting programme is organised during the show.
This programme of pre-arranged meetings puts buyers and exhibiting companies in contact with one another, according to their requirements.
The programme is open to all buyers (contract principals) looking for solutions relating to the aviation and space sectors, and to show exhibitors who supply such solutions.