The continuing competition between Airbus and Boeing will receive plenty of attention at the upcoming Paris Air Show, but several military and consolidation issues also will be big points of interests, according to several industry analysts. The show this year, which runs from June 13 to 20 at Le Bourget airport, "will be much more of a military flavor" than the last show, said Jim McAleese, principal of McAleese&Associates, a defense and intelligence law firm in McLean, Va. ...

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