Paris Air Show: What To Look For In 2017

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A man looks out of the door of a Embraer E195-E2 prototype,
A man looks out of the door of a Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian aerospace company Embraer, at Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA man walks past a Boing 787-10 Dreamliner on June
A man walks past a Boing 787-10 Dreamliner on June 18, 2017, ahead of the official opening of the Paris Air Show.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenTwo Patrouille de France jets perform a training aerial
Two Patrouille de France jets perform a training aerial show on June 18, 2017 on the eve of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAircraft are place in position at the Le Bourget airfield
Aircraft are place in position at the Le Bourget airfield on June 18, 2017, ahead of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenView of the cockpit of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test
View of the cockpit of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane on the eve of the opening of the International Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenView of the cockpit of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test
View of the cockpit of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane on the eve of the opening of the International Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenView taken of one of the engines of a Boeing 787-10
View taken of one of the engines of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane presented on June 18, 2017 on the eve of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAircraft are put in to place on June 18, 2017, as the
Aircraft are put in to place on June 18, 2017, as the Paris Air Show readied for its formal opening.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenView of the Qatar Airways 'chalet' as taken from a
View of the Qatar Airways 'chalet' as taken from a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane on the tarmac of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 is moved into place
A Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 is moved into place on June 18, 2017, ahead of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenView taken of the Boeing logo on the fuselage of a
View taken of the Boeing logo on the fuselage of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane presented on the eve of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenEmbraer and Boeing jetliners stand on the tarmac on
Embraer and Boeing jetliners stand on the tarmac on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA french Air Force Airbus A400M stands on the Tarmac
A french Air Force Airbus A400M stands on the Tarmac of Le Bourget airport on June 18, 2017 on the eve of the opening of the International Paris Air Show. / AFP PHOTO / ERIC PIERMONTERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: AFP_PN9JQ  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 is moved into place
A Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 is moved into place on June 18, 2017, ahead of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 is moved into place
A Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 is moved into place on June 18, 2017, ahead of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenThe logo of Dassault Aviation is pictured in front
The logo of Dassault Aviation is pictured in front of a Falcon 900 LX at the Dassault Aviation pavillion on June 18, 2017, ahead of the opening of the International Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented
A Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner test plane is presented on the tarmac of Le Bourget on the eve of the Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenEmployees install a MC-21 flight simulator of a Russian
Employees install a MC-21 flight simulator of a Russian single-aisle airliner, at Paris Air Show, on the eve of its opening on Sunday, June 18, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA man walks past with his bicycle a Japan maritime
A man walks past with his bicycle a Japan maritime self-defense forces P-1 submarine-hunting aircraft, at Paris Air Show, on the eve of its opening, in Le Bourget on Sunday, June 18, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenU.S. servicemen gather next to a F-35 Lightning II
U.S. servicemen gather next to a F-35 Lightning II in Le Bourget on Sunday, June 18, 2017, ahead of the official opening of the Paris Air Show.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenEmployees clean the aircraft models at the Russian
Employees clean the aircraft models at the Russian government company Rosoboronexport stand, at Paris Air Show, on June 18, 2017 -- the eve of its opening.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenEmployees take off a protection sheet of on aircraft
Employees take off a protection sheet of on aircraft display on June 18, 2017, just head of the formal opening of the Paris Air Show.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenVistors gather at the Dassault Aviation on June 18,
Vistors gather at the Dassault Aviation on June 18, 2017, just ahead of the formal opening of the Paris Air Show.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenPeople look at a Wing Loong II drone, a Chinese made
People look at a Wing Loong II drone, a Chinese made medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle, on June 18, 2017, at Paris Air Show.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA man takes a photo of a Falcon 8x model at Paris Air
A man takes a photo of a Falcon 8x model at Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA Dassault Aviation Rafale jet fighter performs as
A Dassault Aviation Rafale jet fighter performs as a jetliner crosses the sky during a demonstration on June 16, 2017, prior to the opening of the Paris Air Show on June 19.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A 400M performs during a demonstration on
An Airbus A 400M performs during a demonstration on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A 400M performs during a demonstration on
An Airbus A 400M performs during a demonstration on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017,
A Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show on June 19.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017,
A Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017,
A Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017,
A Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017,
A Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017,
A Boeing 737 Max moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Embraer E 195 E2 moves on the tarmac on June 16,
An Embraer E 195 E2 moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Embraer E 195 E2 moves on the tarmac on June 16,
An Embraer E 195 E2 moves on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenJetliners stand on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior
Jetliners stand on the tarmac on June 16, 2017, prior to the June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show on June 19.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Lockheed Martin F-35 jetfighter performs during a
A Lockheed Martin F-35 jetfighter performs during a demonstration in Le Bourget on June 16, 2017, prior to the formal June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Lockheed Martin F-35 jetfighter performs during a
A Lockheed Martin F-35 jetfighter performs during a demonstration in Le Bourget on June 16, 2017, prior to the formal June 19 opening of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>Fullscreen

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    The 2017 edition of the Paris Air Show is wrapping up this week, and -- as usual -- a number of interesting storylines have emerged from the latest edition of the event. 

    Boeing bested Airbus in what Reuters described as “a red hot race for new business” at the show, recording 571 net new orders to 326 for Airbus. The tallies exceeded expectations in what was forecast to be a slow year for orders.

    Beyond that, Boeing officially unveiled a new version of its 737 (the Max 10) and also teased the development of a brand new 797 model, something that CNN says "has become the most anticipated airplane in commercial aviation." Among air carriers, a new "world's best airline" was crowned on the show's sidelines

    And, of course there were the aircraft displays that are the hallmark of the show. In the air, the Airbus A380 and Boeing 737 Max made some of the most-memorable performance-display flights. On the ground, the static displays featured a wide range of aircraft. And there were many quirky and cool items on display at this year's show, including (but not limited to) a selection of flying cars and bikes.

    Check out our collection of photos from the show, starting with the set-up (above) and daily selections (below) from the first three full days of the show. Also see our plane-specific photos of Qatar Airways' Boeing 777, a Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 and the swanky new Gulfstream G500

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    An Airbus A380 flies during a flight demonstration
    An Airbus A380 flies during a flight demonstration on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 XWB performs a flight display on
    An Airbus A350-1000 XWB performs a flight display on June 19, 2017 during the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 stands on the tarmac on June 19, 2017,
    An Airbus A380 stands on the tarmac on June 19, 2017, on the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenFrance's President Emmanuel Macron (left) sits in a
    France's President Emmanuel Macron (left) sits in a Dassault Aviation Rafale fighter jet as Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier looks on during the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA new regional jet made by Mitsubishi -- the MRJ-90
    A new regional jet made by Mitsubishi -- the MRJ-90 -- is seen in the colors of Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn Embraer E-195-E2 performs during a flight display
    An Embraer E-195-E2 performs during a flight display at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Bombardier CS300 is seen in the colors of Air Baltic
    A Bombardier CS300 is seen in the colors of Air Baltic at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenU.S. Air Force personnel stand by a U.S. Air Force
    U.S. Air Force personnel stand by a U.S. Air Force airplane displayed, as an Ariane rocket dominates the skyline on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A400M military transport airplane flies on
    An Airbus A400M military transport airplane flies on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 performs a flight display on June 19,
    An Airbus A380 performs a flight display on June 19, 2017, on the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 performs a flight display on June
    An Airbus A350-1000 performs a flight display on June 19, 2017, on the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 XWB performs a flight display on
    An Airbus A350-1000 XWB performs a flight display on June 19, 2017 during the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 stands on the tarmac on June 19, 2017,
    An Airbus A380 stands on the tarmac on June 19, 2017, on the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II flies during a
    A Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II flies during a flight demonstration on the opening day of the Paris Air Show (June 19, 2017).  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 stands on the tarmac on June 19, 2017,
    An Airbus A380 stands on the tarmac on June 19, 2017, on the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenFrench President Emmanuel Macron (center), flanked
    French President Emmanuel Macron (center), flanked by BeAM CEO Emeric d'Arcimoles (right) and Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier (left), visit the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  MICHEL EULER, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 flies behind the Patrouille de France
    An Airbus A380 flies behind the Patrouille de France alphajets releasing red, white and blue smoke, on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 XWB performs a flight display on
    An Airbus A350-1000 XWB performs a flight display on June 19, 2017 during the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors walk among the planes on display at the Paris
    Visitors walk among the planes on display at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenFrench President Emmanuel Macron is seated in the cockpit
    French President Emmanuel Macron is seated in the cockpit of an Airbus A400M turboprop transport plane while flying from Villacoublay military airbase near Paris to Le Bourget airport for the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA Dassault Rafale fighter jet flies during a flight
    A Dassault Rafale fighter jet flies during a flight demonstration on the opening day of the Paris Air Show (June 19, 2017).  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenBoeing's new 737 Max 10 is seen at the Paris Air Show
    Boeing's new 787-10 "Dreamliner" is seen at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenVisitors tour airplanes displayed on the opening day
    Visitors tour airplanes displayed on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenVisitors shelter from the sun under an Airbus A380
    Visitors shelter from the sun under an Airbus A380 airplane during a hot day at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenA new regional jet made by Mitsubishi -- the MRJ-90
    A new regional jet made by Mitsubishi -- the MRJ-90 -- is seen in the colors of Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn ATR turboprop in the colors of Indian carrier Indigo
    An ATR turboprop in the colors of Indian carrier Indigo at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 flies on the opening day of the Paris
    An Airbus A380 flies on the opening day of the Paris Air Show (June 19, 2017).  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 XWB flies on the opening day of
    An Airbus A350-1000 XWB flies on the opening day of the Paris Air Show (June 19, 2017).  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenFrench President Emmanuel Macron (left) with French
    French President Emmanuel Macron (left) with French astronaut Thomas Pesquet (center) and European Space Agency (ESA) Director General, Johann-Dietrich Woerner, (R), while visiting the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  MICHEL EULER / POOL, EPA>FullscreenA Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet is seen in the colors
    A Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet is seen in the colors of Mexican budget airline Interjet at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe interior of an Interjet  Sukhoi Superjet is seen
    The interior of an Interjet Sukhoi Superjet is seen at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenA new regional jet made by Mitsubishi -- the MRJ-90
    A new regional jet made by Mitsubishi -- the MRJ-90 -- is seen in the colors of Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn  Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian
    An Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian jetmaker, is seen in a special livery at Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn  Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian
    An Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian jetmaker, is seen in a special livery at Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn  Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian
    An Embraer E195-E2 prototype, developed by Brazilian jetmaker, is seen in a special livery at Paris Air Show on June 18, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAkbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways , speaks in front
    Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways , speaks in front of a Qatar Airways Boeing 777, as the airline showed of its new 'Qsuite' business class seats ing on June 19, 2017 on the opening day of the Paris Air Show. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt are among several countries that suspended ties with Qatar last week, including the suspension of all flights to and from Doha and an airspace ban on Qatar Airways. / AFP PHOTO / ERIC PIERMONTERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: AFP_PP3CN  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA visitor shelters from the sun as he passes airplanes
    A visitor shelters from the sun as he passes airplanes on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenA Dassault Rafale fighter jet flies during a flight
    A Dassault Rafale fighter jet flies during a flight demonstration on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenVisitors tour airplanes displayed on the opening day
    Visitors tour airplanes displayed on the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAirbus COO and President Fabrice Bregier looks on during
    Airbus COO and President Fabrice Bregier looks on during a press conference on June 19, 2017, on the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors stand in line under an Airbus A380 during
    Visitors stand in line under an Airbus A380 during the opening day of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 takes off before performing a flying
    An Airbus A380 takes off before performing a flying display on June 19, 2017 on the opening day of the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Legacy 450 corporate jet is seen at the Paris Air
    A Legacy 450 corporate jet is seen at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenFrench President Emmanuel Macron (blue suit) shakes
    French President Emmanuel Macron (blue suit) shakes hands with French soldiers as he visits the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  EPA>FullscreenFrench President Emmanuel Macron, center, French defense
    French President Emmanuel Macron, center, French defense minister Sylvie Goulard (left) and Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier, right, watch demonstration flights as part of the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017.  EPA>Fullscreenepa06036743 French President Emmanuel Macron is seated
    epa06036743 French President Emmanuel Macron is seated in the cockpit of an Airbus A400M turboprop transport plane before taking off from Villacoublay military airbase near Paris, France, 19 June 2017. Macron landed at the Bourget airfield in an Airbus A400-M military transport plane to launch the aviation showcase, the Paris Air show, running from 19 - 25 June 2017,? where the latest Boeing and Airbus passenger jets will vie for attention with a F-35 warplane, drones and other and high-tech hardware. EPA/Michel Euler / POOL MAXPPP OUT ORG XMIT: REB101  Michel Euler / POOL, EPA>Fullscreenepa06037285 French President Emmanuel Macron (L) visits
    epa06037285 French President Emmanuel Macron (L) visits the Paris Air Show with Tom Enders, Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Group, in Le Bourget, north of Paris, France, 19 June 2017. Macron landed at the Bourget airfield in an Airbus A400-M military transport plane to launch the aviation showcase, the Paris Air show, running from 19 - 25 June 2017,? where the latest Boeing and Airbus passenger jets will vie for attention with a F-35 warplane, drones and other and high-tech hardware. EPA/MICHEL EULER / POOL MAXPPP OUT ORG XMIT: REB101  MICHEL EULER / POOL, EPA>Fullscreen

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      An Airbus A380 prepares to land during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenThis photo taken on June 20, 2017, at the Paris Air
      This photo taken on June 20, 2017, at the Paris Air Show shows the cockpit of an Airbus A380.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenThis photo taken June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air
      This photo taken June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show shows the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force P-1 aircraft.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Brazilian 'Embraer E190-E2' medium-range twin-engine
      A Brazilian 'Embraer E190-E2' medium-range twin-engine jet is towed during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenFlight attendants walk on the tarmac at Paris Air Show,
      Flight attendants walk on the tarmac at Paris Air Show, on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenVisitors looks at the flying car Pegasus 1, built by
      Visitors looks at the flying car Pegasus 1, built by French entrepreneur Jerome Dauffy at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenThe Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force P-1 aircraft
      The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force P-1 aircraft is parked on the tarmac on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA winglet of an Airbus A380 is seen at the Paris Air
      A winglet of an Airbus A380 is seen at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017. The 'A380 plus' design includes new, large winglets and other wing refinements that Airbus says reduces fuel burn.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenThe spartan interior of oen of the floors of an Airbus
      The spartan interior of oen of the floors of an Airbus A380 is seen at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show
      An Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenThe Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force P-1 aircraft
      The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force P-1 aircraft is parked on the tarmac on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Dassault Aviation Rafale fighter aircraft performs
      A Dassault Aviation Rafale fighter aircraft performs its flying display during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show
      An Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight
      A Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight display on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA US Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter is displayed during
      A US Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter is displayed during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show
      An Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Dornier 328 built by Dornier Luftfahrt GmbH performs
      A Dornier 328 built by Dornier Luftfahrt GmbH performs a demonstration flight at the Paris Air Show June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA Dassault Aviation Rafale fighter aircraft performs
      A Dassault Aviation Rafale fighter aircraft performs its flying display during the Paris Air Show in Le Bourget on June 20, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show
      An Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show
      An Airbus A350-1000 performs during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 prepares to take off for its flying
      An Airbus A380 prepares to take off for its flying display on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenThe Airbus Helicopters' VSR700 Optionally Piloted Vehicle
      The Airbus Helicopters' VSR700 Optionally Piloted Vehicle (OPV) demonstrator is presented in front of the Airbus A400M at the Airbus pavilion on June 20, 2017 during the Paris Air Show. / AFP PHOTO / ERIC PIERMONTERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: AFP_PQ32P  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA visitor takes pictures at on June 20, 2017 during
      A visitor takes pictures at on June 20, 2017 during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA SureFly Workhorse helicopter concept is displayed
      A SureFly Workhorse helicopter concept is displayed during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight
      A Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight display on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Embraer E 195 E2 moves on the tarmac at Le Bourget
      An Embraer E 195 E2 moves on the tarmac at Le Bourget airport on June 20, 2017 during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight
      A Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight display on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenBoeing planes displayed at Paris Air Show June 20,
      Boeing planes displayed at Paris Air Show June 20, 2017 in Paris.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 takes off to perform a demonstration
      An Airbus A380 takes off to perform a demonstration flight at Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenAn Embraer E195-E2, developed by Brazilian aerospace
      An Embraer E195-E2, developed by Brazilian aerospace performs a demonstration flight at Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenThe U.S. Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II performs
      The U.S. Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II performs a demonstration flight at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenVisitors look at a Patroller, a unmanned air vehicle
      Visitors look at a Patroller, a unmanned air vehicle built by French company Safran, at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenVisitors walk past a Embraer KC-390 military transport
      Visitors walk past a Embraer KC-390 military transport aircraft built by Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenVisitors take in the sights at the Paris Air Show on
      Visitors take in the sights at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenVisitors looks into a Diamond DART 450, a two-seat
      Visitors looks into a Diamond DART 450, a two-seat civilian and military turboprop trainer built by Austrian Diamond Aircraft, during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight
      A Boeing 737 Max 9 jet airliner performs its flight display on June 20, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  Michel Euler, AP>FullscreenA winglet of an Airbus A380 is seen at the Paris Air
      A winglet of an Airbus A380 is seen at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017. The 'A380 plus' design includes new, large winglets and other wing refinements that Airbus says reduces fuel burn.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenU.S. airmen take shelter in the shadow under the wing
      U.S. airmen take shelter in the shadow under the wing of a F-16 fighter jet displayed during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenA truck pulls an Embraer E195-E2 towards the runway
      A truck pulls an Embraer E195-E2 towards the runway at the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA U.S. Navy Boeing 'P-8 Poseidon' is displayed during
      A U.S. Navy Boeing 'P-8 Poseidon' is displayed during the Paris Air Show on June 20, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenVisitors take pictures from a pavilion as an Airbus
      Visitors take pictures from a pavilion as an Airbus A380 jet airliner lands after it performed its flying display on June 20, 2017 during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>Fullscreen

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        An Airbus A350 -1000 takes off to perform its flying
        An Airbus A350 -1000 takes off to perform its flying display as a Boeing 737 MAX 9 is moved on the tarmac on June 21, 2017 on the at the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air
        An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A321neo performs its flying display within
        An Airbus A321neo performs its flying display within view of a Boeing 737 MAX 9 at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 takes off for a flying display at the
        An Airbus A380 takes off for a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenU.S. military personnel escort a Lockheed Martin F-35
        U.S. military personnel escort a Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jet towards the runway at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenU.S. military personnel and ground staff escort a Lockheed
        U.S. military personnel and ground staff escort a Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jet towards the runway at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenSlovakian company AeroMobil's flying car is displayed
        Slovakian company AeroMobil's flying car is displayed on June 21, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA display of flight recorders is shown at an Airbus
        A display of flight recorders is shown at an Airbus press conference on June 21, 2017, at the Paris Air Show. Airbus is to implement new fixed and deployable flight recorders for Airbus' airliner programs in collaboration with L3 technologies.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA Boeing 737 MAX 9 is moved on the tarmac for a flying
        A Boeing 737 MAX 9 is moved on the tarmac for a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors walk on the tarmac  on June 21, 2017, during
        Visitors walk on the tarmac on June 21, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenFrench railway (SNCF) personnel stand by an Auto Gyro
        French railway (SNCF) personnel stand by an Auto Gyro Gyroplane inspection unit aircraft used by the SNCF to monitor railways. The photo is from June 21, 2017, at the Paris Air Show.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenGuards stand by a Qatar Airways Boeing 777 jet at the
        Guards stand by a Qatar Airways Boeing 777 jet at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air
        An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 lands after a flying display at the
        An Airbus A380 lands after a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors view the aircraft on display at the Paris
        Visitors view the aircraft on display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A321neo  on a flying display at the Paris
        An Airbus A321neo on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors walk on the tarmac as an Airbus A350 -1000
        Visitors walk on the tarmac as an Airbus A350 -1000 lands at the end of its flying display on June 21, 2017 during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air
        An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air
        An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA visitor takes pictures of an Airbus A350-1000 XWB
        A visitor takes pictures of an Airbus A350-1000 XWB jet at the Paris Air Show on An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenGround personnel stand on the tarmac behind the landing
        Ground personnel stand on the tarmac behind the landing gear of an Airbus A380 at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air
        An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA man takes pictures of an Airbus Tiger helicopter
        A man takes pictures of an Airbus Tiger helicopter at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA US Air Force Lockheed Martin Super Hercules C-130J
        A US Air Force Lockheed Martin Super Hercules C-130J sits on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors tour an NH-90 Caiman Marine helicopter at
        Visitors tour an NH-90 Caiman Marine helicopter at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA visitor takes pictures of an Auto Gyro Gyroplane
        A visitor takes pictures of an Auto Gyro Gyroplane inspection unit aircraft used by the French railway (SNCF) company to monitor railways, at the International Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenSlovakian company AeroMobil's flying car is displayed
        Slovakian company AeroMobil's flying car is displayed on June 21, 2017, during the Paris Air Show.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenA truck pulls a Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jet toward
        A truck pulls a Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jet toward the runway at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenAn Airbus A350-1000 XWB jet is displayed at the Paris
        An Airbus A350-1000 XWB jet is displayed at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 parked on the tarmac at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A400M on a flying display at the Paris Air Show An Airbus A380 on a flying display at the Paris Air Show on June 21, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenVisitors walk on the tarmac at Le Bourget on June 21,
        Visitors walk on the tarmac at Le Bourget on June 21, 2017, during the International Paris Air Show. / AFP PHOTO / ERIC PIERMONTERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: AFP_PR859  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>Fullscreen

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          Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are seen on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are
          Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are seen on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are
          Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are seen on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017. Seen here is a sampling of a business-class meal service.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe center row of seats in the Qsuites cabin can convert
          The center row of seats in the Qsuites cabin can convert into a double-bed area for fliers traveling together.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways branding is seen June 19, 2017, onboard
          Qatar Airways branding is seen June 19, 2017, onboard the airline's first aircraft with its new 'Qsuite' business class seat. The Boeing 777 aircraft was on display at the Paris Air Show.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenAn amenity kit for Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business
          An amenity kit for Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class cabin is seen on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are
          Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are seen on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe control panels for Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’
          The control panels for Qatar Airways’ new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats are seen on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe economy cabin on a new Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER.
          The economy cabin on a new Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER. The plane was on display at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017, as the carrier showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats in the front of the plane.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker (second from left)
          Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker (second from left) is among those at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Paris Air Show on June 19, 2017, for the airline's new 'Qsuites' cabin.  Qatar Airways>FullscreenThis Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER is the first to
          This Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER is the first to get the carrier’s new ‘Qsuite’ business-class cabin, which the airline showed off at the Paris Air Show. This photo was taken at the show on June 18, 2017.  CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenThis Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER is the first to
          This Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER is the first to get the carrier’s new ‘Qsuite’ business-class cabin, which the airline showed off at the Paris Air Show. This photo was taken at the show on June 18, 2017.  Eric Piermont, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenQatar Airways’ spared little in showing off its new
          Qatar Airways’ spared little in showing off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class cabin at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017. Seen here is a sampling of a business-class meal service.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017. Seen here is a sampling of a business-class meal service.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThis Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER is the first to
          This Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER is the first to get the carrier’s new ‘Qsuite’ business-class cabin, which the airline showed off at the Paris Air Show. This photo was taken at the show on June 18, 2017.  ERIC PIERMONT, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business
          Qatar Airways showed off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class seats on one of the airline’s Boeing 777 jets at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways’ spared little in showing off its new
          Qatar Airways’ spared little in showing off its new ‘Qsuite’ business class cabin at the Paris Air show on June 19, 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenQatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker speaks at a ceremony
          Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker speaks at a ceremony to unveil the carrier's new 'Qsuites' cabin at the Paris Air Show in June 19, 2017.  IAN LANGSDON, EPA>FullscreenAmong those on hand at Qatar Airways' 'Qsuites' launch
          Among those on hand at Qatar Airways' 'Qsuites' launch ceremony were Qatar Air CEO Akbar Al Baker (center, light suit) and Boeing Vice Chairman Ray Conner.  Qatar Airways>Fullscreen

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            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 15 for 2017: Qantas Airways.  Qantas>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 14 for 2017: Swiss International Air Lines.  Swiss International Air Lines>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 13 for 2017: Virgin Australia.  Paul Kane, Getty Images>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 12 for 2017: Turkish Airlines.  Ozan Kose, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 11 for 2017: Thai Airways  Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 10 for 2017: Garuda Indonesia.  Adek Berry, AFP/Getty Images>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 9 for 2017: Hainan Airlines  Boeing>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 8 for 2017: Etihad Airways.  Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 7 for 2017: Lufthansa.  Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 6 for 2017: EVA Air  Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 5 for 2017: Cathay Pacific  Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 4 for 2017: Emirates  Jasper Colt, USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 3 for 2017: All Nippon Airways (ANA)  Kimimasa Mayama, EPA>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 2 for 2017: Singapore Airlines  jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenSkytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs
            Skytrax, a U.K.-based travel consultancy that runs what it calls the "world's largest review site," determines the winners of its annual World Airline Awards from reviews by more than 18 million passengers that represent more than 100 countries. At No. 1 for 2017: Qatar Airways  Qatar Airways>Fullscreen

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              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. The G500, produced by Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace, is expected to be delivered to its launch customers sometime in 2017.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft
              The Gulfstream G500 corporate jet was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet was photographed at the show on June 19, 2017. Customers on the high-end aircraft get their own refrigerator to stock for their flights.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>Fullscreen

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                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Seen here is a control panel for cabin features.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Seen here is a control panel for cabin features.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. The galley is seen here.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>FullscreenThe Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the
                The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 was among the aircraft on display at the 2017 Paris Air Show. This jet – photographed at the show on June 19, 2017 – is painted in the colors of Mexican budget carrier Interjet, which is one of the world’s largest operators of the aircraft. Interjet’s Sukhoi Superjets are configured to seat 93 passengers.  Scott Shatzer, special for USA TODAY>Fullscreen

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