The site is conveniently connected to the business airport, Le Bourget, and close to both Paris and the Charles de Gaulle airport.
Paris Le Bourget was initially built for the Paris Air Show, and every two years since 1953, the site has hosted the famous air show. The general public is invited to attend on select days, but the event is primarily a meeting place for aeronautic and aerospace professionals from around the world.
Paris Le Bourget also hosted the COP21, the United Nations Climate Change Conference, the largest international conference of its type ever organised, with delegates from 195 countries.
Total floor space
Conference rooms of which 1 auditorium and 1 exhibition hall
Year of Acquisition
Year of last refurbishment