Big Canadian presence at Paris Air Show

Highlights of Canadian aerospace's massive showing at this week's Paris Air Show

June 24, 2011   by Canadian Manufacturing Daily Staff

PARIS—The Paris Air Show ends today and has a wrap up of all the big stories from this week, including a few highlighting Canadian aerospace firms and their  impressive showings.

Bombadier lands another plane order—The Canadian plane-maker wrapped up this week’s air show with $628 million in jetliner sales.

As of Tuesday, June 21, Canadian firms had already made deals worth $1.12 billion.

Bombardier offers Quebec firm multi-million dollar component manufacturing contract.


Héroux Devtek’s new 7-year agreement with Lockheed Martin.

Boeing’s biofuel flight.

Pratt & Whitney introduce Paris to its newest, fuel efficient engines.

And in case you missed it:

Check out these stunning renderings from Airbus and the future of air travel.

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