The 51st edition of Paris International Air Show will kick start on Monday, 15 June, and will conclude on 21 June.
The widely popular international air show will be held at the aerodrome in Le Bourget located about 10km away from Paris. In the seven days, Le Bourget will host some of the top players from the aerospace and defence industries.
According to the organisers of the Paris International Air Show 2015, some 2,260 exhibitors from 47 countries will be participating in the event, bringing in 120 aircraft to show them off to the traders and public.
[Access Complete list of aircraft that will be on display at Le Bourget here.]
From 15 to 18 June, only trade visitors with valid proof of their profession will be allowed entry into the business event. The show will be thrown open to the public from 19 to 21 June between 8.30am to 6pm.
The organisers have announced that for the 2015 Paris Air Show, a large 30,000sqm lawn area will be opened to the general public next to the runway, so they can get closer to the flying displays. The entry to the Air and Space Museum will be free for all visitors.
Visitors can also watch the flying displays up close, from spectacular angles through live display screens that will be set up at different locations across the venue. Live streaming for the event will be available on the official YouTube channel of the Paris International Air Show.
Live updates, latest pictures and videos from the air show will also be posted on the official Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages. Others can also access Paris Air Show Live Facebook page for the latest updates from Le Bourget.
Hailed as the world's oldest airshow, it was held barely five years after the Wright Brothers' famous flight off Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. According to CNBC, the event will bring together 3,00,000 trade and general visitors in one week.
CNN has announced that on 15 June at 3pm GMT its aviation expert Thom Patterson will be holding live discussions with Solar Impulse pilot Bertrand Piccard, Director of Hybrid Air Vehicles Chris Daniels, Editor-in-Chief of Aerospace magazine Tim Robinson and Brett Snyder aka The Cranky Flier.