Paris Air Show cancelled for 2021
Board of Directors from GIFAS and the Paris Air Show deemed the show too uncertain under COVID-19 conditions. The next edition will be held in June 2023.
Paris Air Show 2019. Photo Credit: CW
In light of the uncertainty linked to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Paris Air Show organization has made the decision to cancel the 2021 edition of the show, which was scheduled to take place from June 21-27, 2021.
Together with the Board of Directors of the GIFAS (French Aerospace Industries Association), the Board of Directors of the Paris Air Show has taken this inevitable decision in response to the international health crisis and the large number of visitors that this popular show attracts. This reasonable decision was agreed upon unanimously by the Paris Air Show Board members in the context of a crisis that has had an unprecedented impact on the aerospace industry.
The next edition of the Paris Air Show will be held in June 2023, at a date that will be announced shortly.
Exhibitors will receive a full refund of all sums already paid and the Paris air Show will take full financial responsibility for this decision
“We are obviously disappointed not to be able to hold the 2021 edition of the Paris Air Show. After many months of all trade show activities being suspended throughout the world, the entire international aerospace and defense community was looking forward to being able to meet,” explains Patrick Daher, chairman of the International Paris Air Show and chairman of the Daher Group. “However, we have already started work to ensure that the 2023 edition celebrates the resurgence of the aerospace industry on an international scale.”
Gilles Fournier, CEO of the International Paris Air Show, adds, “We would like to extend a huge thank you to all of our partners, exhibitors and service providers for the trust they have placed in us. We share their disappointment, as the Paris Air Show continues to be an extremely popular event, even in periods of crisis. The 2023 edition will be larger than ever, and our teams are already working to ensure its success.”
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