16 Aircraft to be displayed for the first time at the 52nd annual International Paris Air Show, from June 19 to June 25 at Le Bourget Airport.
Airbus and Boeing are not expected to reveal any brand new aircraft types, but the following
Saudi Arabia-backed An-132D is a multi-purpose turboprop aircraft manufactured in Kiev, Ukraine.
Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150A engines
The A321neo is powered by either Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM or CFMI Leap-1A engines with a seating up to 236 passengers.
The largest member of the Airbus A350 family.
The A350-1000; seating capacity up to 287 passengers.
Airbus Helicopters H160
The Airbus Helicopters H160 medium twin engine, powered by Safran Helicopter Engines. The H160 features the new Airbus Helionix cockpit avionics suite.
Airbus Helicopters VSR700
Airbus Helicopters’ VSR700, which Airbus calls the “future tactical component of France’s Naval Aerial Drone,”
Boeing 737-9 MAX
The Boeing 737-9 Max has amassed 3,700 orders from 87 different customers globally
Boeing 787-10 is the largest member of the Dreamliner
Cirrus SF50 Vision
Cirrus SF50 single engine jet performs between high performance pistons and the very light jet.
Diamond Dart 450
Diamond Dart 450 turboprop trainer aircraft
Embraer’s E195-E2, the largest member of its second generation regional jet family aircraft. The E2 family aircraft are powered by Pratt & Whitney’s PW-1900G, and features cockpit avionics from Honeywell Aerospace.
Embraer KC390- multi-mission transport and aerial refueling aircraft.
Japanese Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ P-1 maritime patrol aircraft is the successor to its P-3C,
L-3 Technologies Longsword
AT-802L Longsword, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft
Lockheed Martin LM-100J
Lockheed Martin’s commercial freighter version of its C-130J Hercules.
Mitsubishi’s MRJ90 is a twin-engine regional jet aircraft seating 70–90 passengers. All Nippon Airways is the launch customer for the MRJ90.
Turkish Aerospace Industries Hurkus
Hurkus turboprop trainer is tandem two-seat, low-wing, single-engine, turboprop aircraft