Take off!
Start at the source. The demand for aerospace and defense in the European region is creating powerful business opportunities for equipment and services providers. The show is focused on big market sectors, and attracts a wide cross-section of buyers and influencers — everyone will be at Paris Air Show. The Pavilion will be a focal point for anyone looking for American innovation, quality and commitment.

Kim Keogh, Project Manager
Kim Keogh
Project Manager
Show Focus

An all-industry Event! The International Paris Air Show at Le Bourget is a fantastic opportunity to discover, on a single site, all the latest developments in:

  • Aircraft: construction, assembly and sub-assemblies
  • Space, satellites and satellite telecommunications
  • Propulsion units and specific equipment for motors
  • Air-launched and ground-based weapons
  • Piloting and navigation aids and on-board equipment systems
  • Cabin fittings and seats
  • Production equipment, tools and software
  • Electrical, electronic, mechanical and metalwork subcontracting
  • Composite materials and surface treatments
  • Maintenance, after-sales service and spares, and transport services
  • Airport equipment and services
Show Data

The 2019 Paris Airshow was a record breaker in all categories!

  • Exhibitors: 2,453 (270 from the USA)
  • Trade Visitors: 142,000
  • Official Delegations: 304 from 98 countries
  • Media: 2,700 from 87 countries
  • 140 Aircraft on Static Display
USA Partnership Pavilion

The USA Partnership Pavilion is your export advantage at Paris Air Show 2021. Because it presents the highest concentration of U.S. equipment and services at the show, it's a magnet for buyers looking for American quality, innovation and partnership.

In addition to our complete suite of pre-show, on-site and post-show services, capitalize on the extra attention, activities and access we're planning to generate for U.S. suppliers:

  • LocationHigh traffic space centrally located just inside the main entrance.
  • Anticipated industry briefings with representatives of local/regional agencies.
  • Participation of U.S. Commercial Service trade representatives from countries in and around the European region