Le Bourget


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Le Bour•get

(lə bʊərˈʒeɪ)
n.
a suburb of Paris: former airport, landing site for Charles A. Lindbergh, May 1927.
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They added that the unnamed women were travelling from Le Bourget airport, where they had landed in a private jet.
The incident happened after the Qatari women left Le Bourget airport in the northeast of Paris.
Abu Dhabi Airports recently announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Aroports de Paris (ADP) linking Al Bateen Executive Airport with Le Bourget Airport.
Summary: The agreement links Abu Dhabi's Al Bateen Executive and France's Le Bourget
These two contrasting personalities led China's delegation at Le Bourget.
Le Bourget, France | AFP -- Ministers from across the planet are expected to wrap up a 195-nation UN climate-saving deal on Saturday, one day later than the original deadline, the French hosts said.
The announcement is the latest at the Le Bourget Paris Air Show, which opened on Sunday for a week.
LE BOURGET, France, Sha'ban 29, 1436, June 16, 2015, SPA -- Boeing landed the biggest order so far of the Paris Air Show with a deal Tuesday for 100 of its 737s single-aisle jets that Boeing's Chief Executive Officer calls "the heart of the market" in the years to come, AP reported.
The prince was apparently already at Le Bourget when the convoy was attacked.
The service, part of a major reinforcement of Dassault's customer support portfolio, will involve two Falcon 900 aircraft, one based at Teterboro airport in New Jersey and another at Le Bourget outside of Paris.
A pair of super-efficient 787 Dreamliners will be the featured Boeing products on display at the Paris Air Show, which begins June 17 at the Le Bourget exhibition centre.
The restored Mystere 20 s/n 1 was unveiled last week at the third annual Air & Space Museum Airshow, held at Le Bourget Airport, near Paris.