Paris Air Show 2017

The 2017 Paris Air show was Kallman’s 12th consecutive edition organizing Americans at Le Bourget, and the first under the new “USA Partnership Pavilion” banner.

Pre-show and on-site media coverage of the Pavilion and U.S. exhibitors reflected America’s commitment to global aerospace and defense partnerships that further common business interests and strengthen democratic alliances.

Click the links below to learn more about the U.S. presence at the Paris Air Show 2017.

Looking for more info on exhibitors from the show? Head over to the PAS 17 Visitor Zone

USA Partnership Pavilion News & Highlights



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U.S. Exhibitors at Paris Air Show 2017 Take Home "Best in Show" Honors

Mississippi Development Authority, Gulfstream Aerospace and JAXUSA Partnership win for standout booth design.

“Ask America” At Paris Airshow 2017: From OEMS To SMES, 350-Plus U.S. Exhibitors Look to Initiate And Strengthen Global Partnerships

U.S. aerospace and defense companies competing for military, commercial and space business in Europe and around the world will exhibit a wide range of innovative technologies, equipment and services to buyers and influencers attending the Paris Air Show, June 19 through 25 at the city’s famed Le Bourget Airport.

2017 Photos

Welcome Reception & Opening Ceremony

Paris Air Show 2017 Welcome Reception, Opening Ceremony & VIP Tour

USA Partnership Pavilion Events

Paris Air Show 2017- Events

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The Partnership Chalet by Kallman Worldwide

Paris Air Show 2017 - Chalets

Custom Builds by Kallman Creative Services

Paris Air Show 2017 - Custom Builds

Opinion: Promoting Partnership Over Politics

It’s been two years since the last Paris Air Show. What’s new in your country?

US pitching innovation, partnership at Paris Air Show 2017

America has new onsite headquarters at the show, the USA Partnership Pavilion. More than 350 U.S. companies are expected to exhibit at Paris this year; 240-plus representing 32 states in Kallman’s new 4,200m2 Pavilion, located prominently in Hall 3.


More photos from the USA Partnership Pavilion

Paris Air Show 2017 - Turnkey Stands

FAA Group Weighs Options For Drone Tracking

PARIS — An FAA committee is discussing options for identifying and monitoring unmanned aircraft, which is a key step in the creation of drone businesses like package delivery, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said on Tuesday during an event at the Paris Air Show.

Big Names Sign up for Bahrain

During the Paris Air Show, six aerospace giants have confirmed their support for the next edition of the Bahrain International Air Show (BIAS). Airbus, Boeing, Leonardo, Lockheed Martin, Textron and Thales have all signed up to participate. These companies follow others that have pledged support during the EBACE and IDEF.

Photos from The FORUM

USA Partnership Pavilion Forum 

See you again in 2019 at Le Bourget!