Transfer to the Bourget Airport

/Transfer to the Bourget Airport

The Bourget Airport

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The Bourget Airport today

The Le Bourget Airport occupies a space of 553 hectares in 20 km from the district of Defense and 7 km from Paris city. This is the first airport in Europe for business aviation. It can accommodate up to 180 000 passengers each year. The welcomed devices are grouped into the corporate fleets, airplanes-taxis for flights on demand or by timeshare. We propose a transfer service to the Bourget Airport.

Airport services

With 75 companies of airport and aeronautical services with large business aviation groups implanted on the platform, Paris-Le Bourget is today a leading industrial pole of the Ile de France and presents a complete offer of planes  maintenance : mechanic, avionic, electronic, paint and interior fitting, major international manufacturers …

The Paris Air Show

Since 1951, The Paris Air Show held every odd year at Le Bourget Airport. In order to satisfy the exhibitors and ever increasing audience, the area around the airport were equipped to accommodate the exhibitors, with hard halls, a loft area and ample parking.

Air terminal History

The Paris-Le Bourget airport is marked as a large segment of the aviation history. Since its first moments, it will establish the first links to London and Brussels. It was also at Le Bourget airport that will land on 1927 the Spirit of St. Louis, with on its board Charles Lindbergh, after the first crossing of the Atlantic by plane.

Always at Le Bourget in 1929, landed Canary Bird, a plane type of Bernard 191, author of the first French transatlantic crossing. In 1937 for the Universal Exhibition in Paris that was inaugurated the first air terminal that reserved for civilian flights. Following its destruction during the Second World War, this air terminal will be rebuilt identically.

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