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Le Bourget Paris Air Show, France
The 48th International Paris Air Show

15 - 21 June 2009

 
 
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The 47th International Paris Air Show held from 18 to 24 June 2007 was a success. Both exhibitors and sponsors, as well as trade visitors and the general public, all contributed to its success. As this brief review shows, the figures speak for themselves.

The Paris Air Show (Salon International de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace, Paris-Le Bourget) is an international trade fair for the aerospace business. It is held at Le Bourget airport near Paris, France every odd year, alternating both with the Farnborough International Exhibition and Flying Display and the Internationale Luft- und Raumfahrtausstellung Berlin (ILA).

The Paris Air Show is a commercial air show, organised by the French aerospace industry's body the Groupement des Industries Françaises Aéronautiques et Spatiales (GIFAS) whose main purpose is to demonstrate military and civilian aircraft to potential customers. It is one of the most prestigious in the world; traditionally, some major sales contracts are announced during the show as part of the corporate communication of the manufacturers. All major international manufacturers, as well as the military forces of several countries, attend the Paris Air Show.

In addition to industrial visitors, during the closing days of the salon, the show welcomes a large number of public visitors from France and many other European countries, when admission is not limited to visitors with industry affiliations.

Aircraft presented for the first time at the Paris Air Show 2007

- Airbus A330 MRTT
- Antonov An-148
- Bell/Agusta BA609
- Socata TBM 850
- The S4 Ehécatl

Significant Orders Paris Air Show 2007

Monday 18th
- Qatar Airways firms order for 80 Airbus A350 XWB and 3 additional A380 aircraft
- Emirates Airline orders 8 additional A380 aircraft
- US Airways orders 22 A350 XWB, 10 A330-200 and 60 A32X series (A319, A320, A321) aircraft
- General Electric Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) orders 6 Boeing 777 Freighter and 60 A32X series aircraft
- Lion Air orders 40 additional 737-900ER aircraft
- Lufthansa orders 30 Embraer 190 E-Jets
- Japan Airlines orders 10 170 E-Jets
- Jazeera Airways orders 30 A320 aircraft (+10 options)
- Nouvelair orders 2 A320 aircraft
- Aviation Lease and Finance Company (Kuwait) ("ALAFCO") orders 12 A350 XWB aircraft
- S7 Airlines orders 25 A320 aircraft
- Air France orders 18 A32X series and 2 A380 aircraft

Tuesday 19th
- Intrepid Aviation, Inc. orders 20 A330-200F aircraft
- International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) orders an additional 50 787 (+2 options), 10 737 series, and - 1 777-300ER aircraft
- ItAli Airlines orders 10 (+10 options) Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft

Wednesday 20th
- Aeroflot orders 22 A350 XWB aircraft
- Kingfisher Airlines orders 15 A350 XWB, 5 A340-500, 10 A330 and 20 A320 family aircraft
- Afriqiyah Airways orders 6 A350 XWB aircraft
- Etihad Airways orders 4 A340-600, 5 A330-200 and 3 A330-200 freighter aircraft
- Aircastle Ltd. orders 15 A330-200F freighter aircraft and 5 A321 aircraft (for lease to Aeroflot)
- KLM orders 7 737-700 aircraft
- Air France orders 9 777-300ER aircraft
- Libyan Airlines orders 7 A320, 4 A330 and 4 A350 XWB aircraft
- CIT orders 25 A320 and 7 A350 XWB aircraft
- Ural Airlines orders 5 A320 aircraft
- MNG Airlines orders 2 A330-200F aircraft

Thursday 21st
- Avianca orders 14 A320 and 5 A330 aircraft
- Hong Kong Airlines orders 1 ACJ, 30 A320 and 20 A330 aircraft
- BAA Jet Management orders 1 ACJ aircraft
- Mandala Airlines orders 25 A350XA320 aircraft
- Tiger Airways orders 30 A320 aircraft

Friday 22nd
- Singapore Airlines orders 20 A350 XWB aircraft
- National AIr Service orders 20 A320 aircraft

 
Le Bourget Paris Air Show 2009
 

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The 48th International Paris Air Show


Le Bourget 2009 : a full house for the show's centenary!


The 48th International Paris Air Show – Le Bourget, which takes place 15-18 June 2009 for trade visitors and 19-21 June 2009 for the general public, is already fully booked!

With just a few weeks to go before the opening, all the main players - manufacturers and subcontractors alike - have confirmed they will be present and look forward to seeing you to celebrate the Show's centenary together.

 
 
SITDEF 2009 Official Site
 

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Program Paris Air Show 2009 Back Menu
 
DAY 1, Monday 15 June 2009
 

07:00 - 19:00

Only for professional and trade visitors
 
DAY 2, Tuesday 16 June 2009
 

07:00 - 19:00

Only for professional and trade visitors
 
DAY 3, Wednesday 17 June 2009
 

07:00 - 19:00

Only for professional and trade visitors
 
DAY 4, Thursday 18 June 2009
 

07:00 - 19:00

Only for professional and trade visitors
 
DAY 5, Friday 19 June 2009
 

09:30 - 18:00

Open for the general public
 
DAY 6, Saturday 20 June 2009
 

09:30 - 18:00

Open for the general public
 
DAY 7, Sunday 21 June 2009
 

09:30 - 18:00

Open for the general public
 
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Update from 19 June 2009
Update from 19 June 2009


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18 June 2009


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News
 
The Centenary Show promises to be a great success!
Certain years have a lasting influence. Following the 100th anniversary of the French Aerospace Industries
Association (Gifas) in October 2008, the International Paris Air Show celebrates its centenary in June 2009.

In 1908, several brilliant aircraft manufacturers and inventors, such as Blériot, Breguet and Voisin, establishedFrance’s first aerospace industries’ trade association, the Chambre Syndicale de l’Industrie Aéronautique. The following year they hosted the first air show at the Grand Palais in Paris.

One hundred years later, following countless technological and commercial successes, a new page has been turned in the history of the industry, that of constant innovation, sustainable development and respect for the environment.

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Le Bourget Paris Air Show 2009 Press Kit
Following the centenary of the French aerospace industries association (Gifas) held in October 2008, it is now the turn of the Paris International Air Show – Le Bourget to commemorate its 100-year history.

In 1908, a group of brilliant inventors and aircraft builders, including Blériot, Breguet and Voisin, decided to bring an industrial and commercial dimension to aviation, which had up to that point been considered a sport. With this in mind they formed an association, the Chambre Syndicale de l’Industrie Aéronautique. The following year, they organized the first airborne locomotion exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris, which hosted the event for 44 years.

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Bilan for the Paris Air Show Le Bourget 2007
The 47th International Paris Air Show – Le Bourget set a new record 153,920 trade visitors

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Update 19 June 2009
Pictures gallery Paris Air Show Bourget 2009 from the 16 June 2009
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Pictures gallery Le Bourget 2009.
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Paris Air Show International trade fair for the Aerospace business.
from Army Recognition
Worldwide Land Forces Defense Magazine
from the 18 June 2009


Pictures gallery Le Bourget 2009.
Pictures Le Bourget 2009
Paris Air Show International trade fair for the Aerospace business.
from Army Recognition
Worldwide Land Forces Defense Magazine
from the 18 June 2009

   

 

 
 

 

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