Paris Le Bourget is well-known for hosting the Paris Air Show each year, and it also hosts other events throughout the year. These include trade fairs, shows open to the general public, shows, and meetings.

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Parc des expositions du Bourget


First opened in 1951, during the first Paris Air Show, Paris Le Bourget became a space "like a village". With more than 80,000 m² of indoor floor space across five halls, and 350,000 m² of outdoor space, it hosts nearly 40 shows, mostly professional, as well as events for the general public such as the Gala des étoiles, dance shows, concerts, and important political meetings during elections. Paris Le Bourget is also home to very popular shows such as the recreational vehicle and mobile home show, the World Scale Modelling Show, and the Paris Tuning Show. But the biggest is the Paris Air Show. Each year, at the end of June, more than 2,000 exhibitors and 140,000 visitors come to celebrate aircraft from the past and the present, and watch the demonstrations.

Visit the Le Bourget Convention Centre website (nouvelle fenêtre)
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93, avenue de la Division-Leclerc - 93350 Le Bourget

Getting There 

  • Take the RER B to Le Bourget station, then walk 15 minutes to get to Paris Le Bourget, along Avenue de la Division-Leclerc.
  • You can also take the RER D to Paris Nord station, then RATP Bus 350, direction Aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle 1 and get off at Michelet – Parc des expositions station. Travel time from Châtelet-les-Halles station is 33 minutes.