EVENTS

AIA Events at the Paris Air Show

Paris, France

June 14 - 21 2019

Sponsorships
For information on AIA sponsorship opportunities at the 2019 Paris Air Show, please contact Vice President of Membership & Strategic Development, Jason Yaley at: sponsorship@aia-aerospace.org

Events
For more information on AIA’s corporate events at the 2019 International Paris Air Show, please contact Vice President of Corporate Events, Monika Nielsen at: monika.nielsen@aia-aerospace.org.

AIA President’s Reception (Open to AIA Members Only)
June 16, 2019
The AIA President’s Reception is an exclusive, executive reception with high-level U.S. government officials, AIA member company executives and foreign delegations to the Paris International Airshow. The reception will be held Sunday, June 16, at Pavillion Royale, from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.

U.S. Industry Reception
June 17, 2019
The U.S. Industry Reception is the largest U.S. event during the 2019 Paris International Airshow. The reception will be held at Petit Palais in Paris on Monday, June 17 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.

AIA Signature Roundtable Discussions (Open to Sponsors Only)
June 17-19, 2019
AIA hosts important roundtable conversations with key members of the U.S. delegations attending the 2019 Paris International Airshow at the AIA Operations Center. Platinum and Gold sponsors will havean opportunity to participate in these closed-door discussions.

U.S. Corral and Operations Center
June 17-19, 2019
AIA is partnering with the Department of Defense to support the U.S. military and aircrew. Sponsors will have exclusive VIP access to the corral on June 17 – 18. Sponsors and non-sponors will have access to the U.S. Corral on June 19 – 23. Aircraft tentatively listed to be placed in the corral include: F-15E, F-16, P-8, C-130J, C-130H, CH-47F, AH-64, MH-60, CV-22.

International Rocketry Challenge
June 20-21, 2019
The International Rocketry Challenge is the culmination of the world’s largest student rocketry competitions where students across the globe design, build, and fly a rocket. Teams representing the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and France will compete at Paris–Le Bourget Airport to become international rocketry champions.