Website publisher

Salon International de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace – Paris le Bourget (known hereafter as “SIAE”):
A simplified limited company with capital of €5,789,072
Head office: 13-15 rue des Sablons, 75116 Paris, France.
Trade and companies register Paris B 552 021 388388

Website hosting

2 rue Kellermann
59100 Roubaix


29 Rue Eugène Eichenberger
92800 Puteaux – France

Photographic & video footages copyrights

Anthony Guerra & Alex Marc / A.DASTE / SUNLIGHT IMAGE (C. Verrier – Degremont- Madi) / FOTOLIA / SHUTTERSTOCK / French Air Force / Jacques Gavard
All images, illustrations and footages on this website are the property of SIAE and are not legally binding

Publication director

Marketing Director: Muriel KAFANTARIS

General provisions

This legal information applies to any person (hereafter “Site user”) visiting the website (hereafter the “Website”). This legal information may be modified without notice at any time. SIAE cannot be held responsible for any consequences such changes may have.

Intellectual property

This Website belongs to and is operated by SIAE. The Website as a whole, and all elements of which compose it, including brands, logos, domain names, databases, its design, its layout and its content (editorials, illustrations, original images and the organisation of these) as well software compilations, fundamental source code and software (including applets) and all other elements contained within the Website are protected by the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code, in particular as it relates to literary and artistic property and the protection of databases, and belong to SIAE or are covered by a usage authorisation.
None of the elements of which the website is composed may be copied, reproduced or modified, either in whole or in part, in any way at all, via any media whatsoever, without prior written authorisation from SIAE, except as provided for by current legislation.
SIAE reserves the right to bring proceedings in respect of any infringement of its intellectual property rights.

Hypertext links

SIAE may provide hypertext links to assist Site users in obtaining information. In such cases, SIAE cannot take any responsibility for third party websites which Site users may access. It is impossible for SIAE to control the content of third party websites. Moreover, the existence of a hypertext link between the Website and a third-party website does not in any way mean that SIAE approves the contents of the site in question nor in particular the use which may be made of these.
The Site user is responsible for taking all necessary precautions to avoid contaminating the Website with a virus or viruses, Trojan horse or any other parasite.
Prior express permission must be sought from SIAE before installing any hypertext link to the site.


SIAE does everything possible to ensure, insofar as this is possible, the accuracy and updating of information publicised on the site. It reserves the right to correct the content thereof at any time and without notice. Despite this, SIAE cannot guarantee that information provided on the site is accurate, complete or current. SIAE cannot take any responsibility:

For any damage resulting from fraudulent intrusion by a third party, whether or not this causes a modification to the information or elements on the Website.
Consequently, subject to public order provisions and except in cases of gross misconduct or fraud, SIAE cannot be held responsible for damage, which includes, in particular, loss of data, revenue, opportunity or profit or any request received from third parties resulting from or relating to the use of the Website, or the content, elements or products presented on the aforementioned Website.

Availability and operation of the Website

Given that it is technically impossible to supply a totally flawless Website, SIAE may not be held responsible for problems with, the non-availability of or suboptimal usage conditions experienced on the Website due to unsuitable equipment used by the Site user, problems experienced by the Site user’s internet service provider, saturation of the internet network or other causes external to SIAE.
SIAE cannot guarantee that the Website will work continually or without error. SIAE and/or its suppliers may, at any time, modify or suspend, permanently or temporarily, all or part of the Website to perform maintenance work and/or modifications on the Website. SIAE cannot be held responsible for any modification, suspension or service interruption experienced by the Website.

Personal information

We are committed to respecting the privacy of Website users. The nature of the information which we collect when you visit the Website and the use we make of this information are detailed on this page.

Collection and use of data

Information collected

SIAE may collect two types of data provided by Website users. A description of this data and the way it is processed is set out below:

Financial Information

Information relating to payments collected during the registration procedure (for example credit card numbers, names of financial institutions, payment card expiry dates – non-exhaustive list) is termed “Financial Information”. This type of information is never passed on, regardless of the circumstances.

Professional Information

Data supplied by Site users when communicating with SIAE in a variety of ways is termed “Professional Information”. This information is stored and processed for internal use. Professional information includes names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses and responses provided on forms. Data recorded during a Site user’s visit to the Website are also considered to be professional information and may be stored for internal use. With SIAE’s agreement, professional information may be shared with other organisations and SIAE’s clients for the purpose of facilitating commercial relations between clients, in the best interests of those client.


SIAE reserves the right to place a cookie on any computer used to access the Website, for the purpose of recording any information about the way the Site user browsed the Website and in particular information relating to pages viewed and the dates and times when these were viewed. The Site user cannot be identified via a cookie. It is possible for any Site user to prevent a cookie from being placed on his/her computer by modifying the configuration of his/her web browser.

Data access, modification and deletion rights

This Website has been declared to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (French data protection agency). In accordance current legislation, users have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete personal information which relates to them. You may receive proposals from other companies and associations via SIAE. If you do not wish to receive such proposals, please write to .


This Website is monitored on a regular basis to enable us to provide the best possible service and meet your expectations. We consult usage statistics relating to the Website and use these to develop it. Methods used to collect such statistics are entirely anonymous with regard to Site users.


When you browse on the SIAE website we ask to our users to accept or refuse the cookies to give the  best experience user.
The article 32-II of the modified law of January 6th, 1978 aims at any action tending to reach  information, by electronic transmission, already stored in the terminal equipment of a subscriber or a user of electronic communications, or to register information in this equipment.
Under the « Informatique et Libertés » law, Cookies requiring a consent cannot be put  down or read on its terminal (computer, smartphones, digital tablets and games consoles connected to internet), as long as the person did not give its consent.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are tracers placed on internet users’ hard drives by the web hosts of the visited website. They allow the website to identify a single user across multiple visits with a unique identifier. Cookies may be used for various purposes: building up a shopping cart, storing a website’s language settings, or targeting advertising by monitoring the user’s web-browsing.

What is the purpose of the cookies ?

Cookies have various functions. A cookie can allow the one who put it down to recognize an Internet user from a visit to an other one, thanks to a unique identifier. Some cookies can be also used to store the contents of a basket of purchase, some others to record the parameters of language of a site, others to make a targeted advertising.

More information about cookies and refusal :
On the site of the CNIL (National Commission for Information technology and Civil Liberties) :

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