18 October 2016
Only 8 months to go and the Paris Air Show is already sold-out
"The International Paris Air Show Le Bourget (SIAE), which will take place from 19 to 25 June 2017, is already 99% booked – which is a first!
With 2,300 international exhibitors, 150,000 trade visitors, 30 national pavilions and almost 300 official delegations, the Paris Air Show is still the biggest show of its kind and a must-attend event for all professionals working in the aeronautics and space sector.
The organisers started marketing the show in March, and within just a few months all the exhibition spaces in the 6 halls and almost all the 330 business chalets have been booked by exhibitors from the world over..."

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10 october 2016
Corporate Social Responsibility:
The Paris Air Show becomes the first event in the world to have its ISO 20121 certification renewed

"The international Paris Air Show (SIAE) has just had its ISO 20121 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) certification renewed by SGS France for its responsible event management. In fact, in June 2013 the Paris Air Show was the first French event (and second in the world after the London Olympics) to receive this certification. This renewal recognises the consistency and quality of SIAE's approach over the past three years..."

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24 march 2016
Registration is now open for the 52nd edition of the Paris Air Show - Strong start-up of bookings

"15 months from the opening of the world's biggest aerospace trade show, exhibitors can now register for the next Paris Air Show.
The 52nd edition of the International Paris Air Show will take place from 19 to 25 June 2017 at the Bourget exhibition centre.
With more than 2,300 exhibiting companies, the 2015 Show not only posted record visitor and business numbers, but also stood out for the numerous new events designed for both professionals and the general public, including "The Careers Plane”, presenting all the jobs in aviation, and "The Sky of Tomorrow", a genuine overview of environmentally-friendly aerospace research..."

Read the 1st press release of the 52nd Paris Air Show.