Aventure Attends Paris Air Show

PARIS, FRANCE – Aventure Aviation attended the Paris Air Show, which was held June 19–25 at France’s Paris–Le Bourget Airport.

First held in 1909, the biannual event has grown into the largest air show and aerospace exhibition in the world.

The most recent edition included 2,498 exhibitors from 48 countries, and 127,312 trade visitors. They conducted $150 billion in deals, including the sale of 1,300 aircraft.

This was the first Paris Air Show since 2019, due to the pandemic. 

“It was exciting to attend after a four-year hiatus,” said Ron Taylo, Aventure’s operations manager for military sales. “Aviation is back on track for growthv, and poised for a prosperous future driven by innovation, customer experience, and strategic partnerships.”

The air show covers both civilian and military aircraft, and is attended by many of the world’s major aircraft manufacturers and military forces.

Eight jets of the French Air Force aerobatic demonstration team making red, white, and blue colred smoke traces in the sky during the Paris Air Show