The Paris Aero Exhibition: Some Reflections on Trends in Design Inspired by the Exhibits
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology
Article publication date: 1 January 1935
HELD as usual in the unique atmosphere of the Grand Palais building, the fourteenth “Salon de l'Aviation,” from November 16th to December 2nd, presented a most international character, the number of machines exhibited by foreign manufacturers being appreciably increased over all previous shows. Products of seven countries were displayed in the vast hall, the aeroplanes occupying the ground floor, with the engines round them, while the balcony and other rooms were devoted to accessories and the official exhibition of the Ministère de l'Air. The fourth international Exhibition of Photogrammetry formed part of the show, and not the least instructive. The success of the Salon is a just reward for its sponsors, the Chambre Syndicate des Industries Aéronautiques, of which M. Henry Potez, the well‐known aeroplane and engine manufacturer, is the present President, M. André Granet being Commissaire‐Général.
de Marolles, R.J. (1935), "The Paris Aero Exhibition: Some Reflections on Trends in Design Inspired by the Exhibits", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 7 No. 1, pp. 11-20. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029892
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