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The 2015 Paris Air Show

The 2015 Paris Air Show

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Next week, the aviation world gathers at Le Bourget Airport for the Paris Air Show, the longest running aerospace trade show in the world. For a week in Paris, aviation’s latest and greatest will be on display on the ground and in the air. We’ll be updating this post with information about which aircraft are participating and how you can track them as we learn more closer to the show.

We’ve been tracking aircraft as they arrive for the show and we’ll be tracking flying displays during the show. A schedule for the flying display will be available each morning during the show on the Paris Air Show website. The full list of aircraft on display at this year’s show can be found here.

Airbus, Boeing, and Bombardier are all featuring aircraft in this year’s flying display. Those aircraft have been arriving in Paris over the last few days before the official start of the show. The flying display will be broadcast live each day by AeronewsTV.

Airbus

Airbus is featuring its A350 and A380 in the flying display this year, as well as its all-electric E-Fan trainer aircraft. We believe the A350 participating this year will be F-WWCF and the A380 will be F-WWOW. Both aircraft were in Paris earlier this week.

 

Boeing

Boeing’s commercial flying display this year will showcase its 787-9 aircraft. The airframe N1020K is destined for Vietnam Airlines. Earlier this week, Boeing’s test pilots practiced their routine for the show near Moses Lake, Washington, and released this video.

Here’s what that looks like on Flightradar24.

787-9Practice

 

Bombardier

Bombardier is sending multiple aircraft this year, including their new C Series CS100 and CS300. Additionally, they are displaying a Q400 NextGen and CRJ1000 aircraft. The CS100, in Swiss International Air Lines livery, and CS300 will take part in the flying display as well.

 

How to Track the Paris Air Show

We’ll be updating this list as we confirm registration information for various aircraft at the Paris Air Show, so keep checking back throughout the show. To track these aircraft, set a filter for the aircraft’s registration. You can also use this link to see all the aircraft we’re tracking at Le Bourget.

AircraftRegistration
Airbus A319 (Qatar Airways)A7-CJA
Airbus A320 (Qatar Airways)A7-AHY
Airbus A350 (Qatar Airways)A7-ALD
Airbus A350 (Carbon Fiber Livery)F-WWCF
Airbus A380F-WWOW
Airbus A380 (Qatar Airways)A7-APE
Airbus E-FANF-WILE
Airbus Defense A400MF-WWMZ
Antonov An-178UR-EXP
Boeing 777-300ER (China Airlines)B-18002
Boeing 787-9 (Vietnam Airlines)N1020K
Bombardier CS100 (Swiss International Air Lines)C-GWXZ
Bombardier CS300C-FFDK
Bombardier Q400 C-FIRN
Dassault Falcon 8XF-WWQA
Pilatus PC-12NGHB-FWA

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