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Paris Air Show 2007 takes off in London on 18 April

18.04.2007
Members of the press, other professionals and interested parties are invited to attend a press conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London on 18 April 2007 that will present the 47th International Paris Air Show.
Officials from the biennial Paris Air Show organisation, a full subsidiary of GIFAS (the French aerospace industries association), will discuss developments for the 2007 event, including site organisation and improvements, as well as the new Business & Technology Forum for business-to-business meetings. There will also be information about the exhibitors that are already registered and details about press facilities and the accreditation process.

The London event is organised by CCFGB — the French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain, which is the agent for the Paris Air Show in the UK — and will take place on 18 April 2007. The London Conference will be held at the Royal Aeronautical Society in Central London. Guests are expected to arrive at 9:30am for a prompt start at 10:00am. A light breakfast will be available and the conference will finish at noon.

The following executives from the Paris Air Show team will be available at the press conference for media inquiries: Louis Le Portz (Chairman & CEO), Gilles Fournier (Managing Director), François Roudier (Deputy Managing Director), Patrick Guerin (Director of Communication), and Fabrice Galzin (Marketing Director).

►Venue: “The Handley Page Room” at The Royal Aeronautical Society, www.raes-hfg.com

►Address: 4 Hamilton Place, London – W1V 0BA

About GIFAS

GIFAS, the French aerospace industries association, has 260 members, ranging from major prime contractors and system suppliers to small specialist companies. Its members cover the full spectrum of skills from the design, development and production of aerospace systems and equipment, to maintenance and operation. Its activities include: civil and military aircraft and helicopters; engines, missiles and armaments; satellites and launch vehicles;
aerospace, defence and security systems; and equipment, subassemblies and associated software. The original predecessor of GIFAS was founded in 1908.

For more information, visit www.gifas.asso.fr

About the Paris Air Show

This year, the 47th International Paris Air Show, which will take place in Le Bourget (North of Central Paris), as usual, will be held from 18 to 24 June 2007.

For more information, go to: www.paris-air-show.com and www.salon-du-bourget.fr

Booking information for the Conference: RSVP by 31 March 2007 by sending an email to Ms Joanna Joseph on jjoseph@ccfgb.co.uk or by telephoning her on (00) 44 [0] 20 7304 7001 (direct line).

Kate AMBLER | FTPB
Further information:
http://www.paris-air-show.com
http://www.salon-du-bourget.fr
http://www.ftpb.co.uk

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