A321XLR will make first public appearance at Le Bourget

Airbus’ single-aisle aircraft will have the longest flight range in its category. Check the list of aircraft confirmed at the Paris Air Show starting June 19

The Airbus A321XLR jet will make its first public appearance since it first flew nearly a year ago. The debut will take place in Le Bourget, during the Paris Air Show, which starts on June 19th.

The single-aisle aircraft promises to change the landscape of long-haul air travel thanks to its range of up to 8,700 km (4,700 nautical miles). Its debut is scheduled for the second quarter of 2024.

The event on the outskirts of Paris is the most important of the year and will also feature Embraer’s participation. The Brazilian planemaker has already confirmed to the organizers that it will take the E195-E2 commercial jet, the KC-390 airlifter and the A-29 Super Tucano attack aircraft.

The list of confirmed aircraft was recently released and includes models such as the A400M, the A330 MRTT, the H160 helicopter, the cargo version of the ATR 72, the B-1B Lancer bomber and several fighters such as the Rafale, F-15, F-16 , F-35 and Eurofighter Typhoon.

The E195-E2 (Embraer)

Boeing, however, has not yet disclosed which aircraft it will present. Last year, in Farnborough (UK), the US manufacturer made the world premiere of the 777-9 and the 737 MAX 10.

Another renowned company, Saab, is also not on the list of planes for the Paris Air Show, as well as Bombardier, Textron and BAe, among others, but this should happen in some cases in the coming days.

What is certain is the absence of Chinese and Russian manufacturers. COMAC, for example, is not in the habit of exhibiting its aircraft abroad, let alone military aircraft manufacturers such as Chengdu or AVIC.

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The United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) would not be allowed to participate after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Check the list of aircraft confirmed for the Paris Air Show:

Aircraft Source Business days Public days
Airbus A220-300 Air France Yes Yes
Airbus A319 Qatar Yes No
Airbus A321LR JetBlue Yes No
Airbus A321XLR Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus A330 MRTT France Yes No
Airbus A350-1000 Qatar Yes No
Airbus A350-900 Airbus No Yes
Airbus A400M France Yes Yes
Airbus C295 Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus EC 120 Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus H145 Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus H160 Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus H175 Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus H225M Airbus Yes Yes
Airbus H665 Airbus Yes Yes
Archer Midnight Archer Yes Yes
ATR 72-600 Azul Yes Yes
ATR 72-600F FedEx Yes Yes
Beechcraft 200 King Air Aerodata Yes Yes
Bell 429 Bell Yes Yes
Bell 505 Bell Yes Yes
Boeing AH-64 Apache US Army Yes Yes
Boeing B-1B USAF Yes Yes
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Boeing Yes Yes
Boeing F-15E USAF Yes Yes
Boeing KC-46A USAF Yes Yes
Boeing P-8 USN Yes Yes
Breguet Atlantique 2 France Yes Yes
Cabri G2 DCI Yes Yes
Caudron Rafale Renault Yes Yes
Cessna C208 France Yes Yes
Daher Kodiac Daher Yes Yes
Daher TBM 960 Daher Yes Yes
Daher TBM700 Daher Yes Yes
Dassault Falcon 2000 Dassault Yes Yes
Dassault Falcon 6X Dassault Yes Yes
Dassault Falcon 8X Dassault Yes Yes
Dassault Mirage 2000 France Yes Yes
Dassault Rafale Dassault Yes Yes
Embraer A-29 Super Tucano Embraer Yes Yes
Embraer E195-E2 Embraer Yes Yes
Embraer KC-390 Embraer Yes Yes
Eurofighter Typhoon Airbus Yes Yes
Gulfstream G280 Gulfstream Yes No
Gulfstream G500 Gulfstream Yes No
Gulfstream G700 Gulfstream Yes No
Gulfstream G800 Gulfstream Yes No
L410 NG Aircraft Industries Yes Yes
Leonardo AW169 Leonardo Yes Yes
Leonardo M-345 Leonardo Yes Yes
Leonardo M-346 Leonardo Yes Yes
Lockheed Martin C-130J USAF Yes Yes
Lockheed Martin F-16 Belgium Yes Yes
Lockheed Martin F-16 USAF Yes Yes
Lockheed Martin F-35 USAF Yes Yes
Mudry CAP 10 BK Ali Per Tuti Yes Yes
NH 90 NH Yes Yes
Piaggio P180 Avanti Piaggio Yes Yes
Pilatus PC-12 NGX Pilatus Yes No
Pilatus PC-21 Pilatus Yes No
Pilatus PC-24 Pilatus Yes No
Pipistrel Velis Electro Pipistrel Yes Yes
Shark UL Shark Yes Yes
Sikorsky UH-60 US Army Yes Yes
Volocopter Volocity Volocopter Yes Yes
Voltaero Cassio S Voltaero Yes Yes


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