Le Bourget Ramps Up Ahead of the Paris Air Show

Le Bourget Ramps Up Ahead of the Paris Air Show
Photo sourced from Defence Turkey Magazine.

Aircraft movements at Le Bourget continue ramping up ahead of the upcoming Paris Air Show this Monday.

Using data from RadarBox.com, we will take a look at the spike experienced over the last four weeks.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Le Bourget Ramping Up For The Paris Air Show…

Le Bourget Ramps Up Ahead of the Paris Air Show
Data provided by RadarBox.com.

For June 13-20, based on the seven-day rolling averages provided by the flight tracking company, 235 movements were handled.

This is an increase of 1.73% compared to the same period but is 106 movements ahead of pre-COVID levels.

Below is the last four weeks’ worth of data for Le Bourget, Paris:


Date2019 Numbers2022 Numbers2023 NumbersPercentage Difference (2023 vs. 2022)
May 16-23106 movements156 movements163 movements+4.49%
May 23-30108 movements174 movements190 movements+9.20%
May 30-June 6128 movements252 movements198 movements-21.43%
June 6-13135 movements231 movements229 movements-0.87%

The data shows exactly where the spike begins and where it plateaus for Le Bourget, Paris. As the next week progresses, we will no doubt see a further uptick due to the number of movements that will be taking place at the airshow.

Going to be a Busy Paris Air Show…

Dmitry A. Mottl, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

It is expected to be a busy Paris Air Show, with hundreds of aircraft expected to be ordered across the commercial, business & military areas of aviation.

AviationSource will be attending for the whole week in Le Bourget, with us providing live minute-by-minute coverage via our blog.

You can access that by clicking here or by clicking the button below!


We look forward to seeing you there in Le Bourget for the Paris Air Show!

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