Paris Air Show 2019

2019 Paris Air Show


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Welcome to the United Technologies Paris Air Show 2019 news page, delivering a full range of multimedia news direct from the show, Monday, June 17 through Thursday, June 20, 2019.
The Paris Air Show is the industry's largest air show and aerospace technology exhibition in 2019. The air show is known for its awe-inspiring flying displays and demonstration of the latest aerospace technologies ­— and United Technologies will be right in the action. Check back here as we bring you news in real time to help you experience the energy, excitement and sights at the show.
Welcome to the 2019 Paris Air Show. The biggest air show of the year kicks off today – and there are some firsts. The first year of the Collins Aerospace name with UTC. Pratt & Whitney has three full-scale engines on display inside – also a first. But the focus of this show – the future.

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  • Tuesday, June 18 at 9:30 am
    Hall 2C, Auditorium
    The Sustainability of Aviation
    Chief technology officers from the world’s leading aviation manufacturers will share their approaches to driving the sustainability of aviation. The panelists will discuss the challenge of reducing CO2 emissions while managing growing demand for air travel and transport. Paul Eremenko, senior vice president & Chief Technology Officer, United Technologies, will be a panelist.
    panel of speakers
  • Tuesday, June 18 at 11:00 am
    UTC Pavilion C2
    GoFly Briefing
    An update on the GoFly challenge, a global competition to encourage innovators to design a personal flying device. Pratt & Whitney is a corporate sponsor of GoFly.
    group of people posing for picture
  • Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20
    UTC Pavilion C2
    Project 804

    Project 804 is a hybrid-electric X-Plane, an ambitious initiative from United Technologies Advanced Projects. An advanced technology demonstrator and productizable hybrid-electric demonstrator, its mission is to achieve hybrid-electric flight by 2022, and to enable certified hybrid-electric regional travel within 10 years.

    airplane model hanging from ceiling
Can’t make it to the air show? Learn more about Project 804 from the brilliant minds developing the technology.
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