The Twelfth Paris Aero Show: Tendencies in Design Reviewed and Some of the More Notable Exhibits Described
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology
Article publication date: 1 January 1931
THE Paris Aero Show—the oldest in the world, since it was first held, though unofficially, in December, 1908—took place this year from November 28 to December 14, in its usual quarters, the Grand Palais des Champs‐Elysées. This Salon, the twelfth of the series—as the first official one dates from 1909, there being, of course, a gap from 1914–1918, and after 1922 it laving been decided to hold it in alternate years—is, as usual, conducted by the “Chambre Syndicale des Industries Aéronautiques,” of which M. Fernand Lioré, the well‐known aeroplane and flying‐boat manufacturer, is the present President, M. André Granet being Commissaire‐Général.
de Marolles, R.J. (1931), "The Twelfth Paris Aero Show: Tendencies in Design Reviewed and Some of the More Notable Exhibits Described", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 3 No. 1, pp. 3-8. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029354
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