This year’s Paris air show will once again manage to log its obligatory firsts and deliver record exhibitor numbers, but that is not to say the biannual industry gathering is immune from the severe economic downturn that has gripped much of the air transport industry. The Paris air show unfolding at the Le Bourget site June 15-21 is the event’s 48th occurrence and its centennial—the inaugural gathering occurred in 1909. This year’s show takes place as the aerospace industry is wrestling ...


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