About the U.S. International PavilionPhotos: U.S. Pavilion Opening and Tour featuring Buzz Aldrin
Photos: Aerogare USA Public Weekend Event by Kallman Worldwide, Inc.
Visitors to the U.S. International Pavilion at Paris Air Show 2013 will find 250 organizations from 34 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia. Displaying the latest advances in technology and American-quality goods and services, the pavilion area occupies 4,100 square meters (44,132 square feet) in Hall 3. It is 14% larger than the show’s last edition in 2011. Only the French Pavilion is larger.
Visitors will find fresh, exciting ideas brought to the world aerospace stage by mostly small/medium enterprises (SMEs). Many of these SMEs come as part of larger state pavilions, including Alabama, Arizona, Best of New England (Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont), Oregon, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia and Washington.
U.S. Pavilion exhibitors and their guests can meet and relax at the Meeting Point, D138 in Hall 3.
For the first time, during the public weekend (June 22 and 23) Kallman Worldwide will transform a large part of the pavilion into “Aérogare (Terminal) USA,” a hands-on multi-media experience introducing visitors to the best the USA has to offer in the areas of aviation, education, and tourism.
This 2013 edition marks the tenth time that Kallman Worldwide is organizing the U.S. International Pavilion at the Paris Air Show.