The Paris Air Show is the world’s oldest and largest gathering of aircraft from around the world. Since 1909 is being held at Le Bourget Airport in northern Paris, France. The event starts with four professional days that are not opened to the public. This permits the industry leaders the opportunity to demonstrate their military and civilian aircraft to potential customers. Paris Air Show is a must attend event by major manufacturers in the aerospace industry. Many major aircraft sales contracts with manufacturers are announced during the show. Boeing hopes to woo potential customers to buy into their line of commercial airliners.
During the show a Boeing 787 Dreamliner pilot takes off the jet into a steep climb in seconds after the passenger aircraft takes off in the 2015 Paris Airshow. The test pilots made the aircraft to a climb far steeper than anything that would not be attempted during an ordinary passenger service, in an effort to show the advanced aircraft's incredible capabilities. The aircraft took off from the Washington and performed a range of complex manoeuvres to demonstrate the capability of the aircraft.
Boeing 787-9 had its fuselage stretched by 20 feet compared with the 787-8 and can accommodate more passengers and freight, using 20 percent less fuel. Boeing, Airbus and the other major civilian and military manufacturers will be participating in the show.