A Brief Overview of Paris Air Show
Soar through the Parisian skies by getting a front row seat at the Paris Air Show – the century-old international exhibition dedicated to showcasing the latest developments and best practices in aerospace, aircraft and airport equipment. Programming is quite extensive and involve a great deal of Paris, France to accommodation all the aviation professionals and enthusiasts who want to make an appearance. You don’t want to miss this business opportunity!
GETA ltd knows exactly where to look for exceptional discounts on professional accommodation and strategic locations close to the show grounds. Book your hotel accommodation for Paris Air Show in a matter of hours and cut down on costs no matter where on the price spectrum you find yourself. We can accommodate groups of all sizes and always surround you with adequate public transport options. To maximize your commute, we even provide you with the best routes to take. Now that’s how you have a successful work trip.
Why Your Visit Is Worth It
We will not mince any words. Paris Air Show is the definitive platform for doing business in aviation in Europe and in the world for that matter. The attendance data alone is staggering and is proof enough to its commercial potency:
- 2300+ international exhibitors from 48 countries showcased at the event;
- 142,000+ international trade visitors made the trip;
- 180,000+ members of the general public attended;
- 125,000+ square metres of exhibition space used;
- 140 aircraft exhibited;
- 45 aircraft performed flying displays.
Paris Air Show is an institution in the aviation and aerospace sectors. Next to being one of the biggest of its kind, it’s also one of the oldest, having already been in operation for over a century. The first ever edition was held in 1909 right at the birth of aviation as a technology. Editions take place over a course of two years. The product portfolio is comprehensive with static displays reserved for aircraft engines, aerospace power plants, related equipment, cabin interior, pilot aids, subcontracting, aircraft construction, helicopters, defense technology, satellite communication systems, space research, space vehicles and more. All this is housed at the at Paris–Le Bourget Airport.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
We like to say that the static displays are meant for trade visitors and buyers, while the adrenaline-fueled aero acrobatics are the draw for the general public, which is captivated by the majesty of flying. The way the flow of visitors is managed is to separate them with the first two days reserved for trade visitors, who are attracted by the targeted B2B meeting program. Trade visitors represent the service sector, aircraft sector (construction to assembly), subcontracting, maintenance and the space sectors among many. Over 150 countries are represented with European countries taking the lead followed closely by North America and Asia. The last two days are open to anyone who wants to see the air show and enjoy the latest innovations.
with a Team That Understands
What You Need