Paris Air Show is the oldest and biggest event for the aerospace industry. Held once in two years in Le Bourget, the international air show (also known as SIAE, Salon International de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace or Salon du Bourget) is where sector leaders and official delegations from nearly 100 countries come to achieve their marketing and commercial goals.
The 53rd edition of the show is eagerly awaited by over 142,000 trade visitors. The first four days of Paris Air Show 2019, 17 - 20 June, will be reserved for professionals only, with the general public admitted during the remaining three days. Attended by political figures and covered by journalists from around the world, the next SIAE show will be a global success.
What makes it special
The tremendous opportunities provided by the aerospace trade show derive from its firm focus on technological innovation, excellent visibility and well organised setup, events, services and initiatives. Paris Air Show 2019 will display the novelties in the areas of aircraft construction and assembly subcontracting, maintenance and product support, production equipment and software, aircraft engines, airborne systems and many more. The pre-arranged B2B Aerospace Meetings Paris will result in productive partnerships and a great volume of orders and deals made directly on site.
The special events during Paris Air Show 2019 will include the recently established Paris Air Lab, the Rocketry Challenge and the intertwined Careers Plane and Jobs and Training Forum.
|Organiser:||Salons Internationaux de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace|
|Also called:||Paris Air Show 2019|
|Frequency:||every 2 years|
|Next Edition:||Paris Air Show (SIAE) 2021|
|Sectors:||Aerospace / Airport technology / Aircraft / Aviation|
|Website:||Paris Air Show (SIAE)|
|Visitors:||Tickets for Paris Air Show (SIAE)|
- 2381 exhibitors from 48 countries in 2017
- 27 national pavilions
- 290 delegations from 98 countries
- 131,500 sq m of exhibition area
- 192,000 sq m of aircraft exhibition space
- 322,000 visitors
- 142,000 trade visitors from 158 countries
- 3450 media representatives from 67 countries