Weldaloy Attends Paris Air Show 2023
The Paris Air Show, the most storied aviation showcase in the world, is back June 19-25. 2023 after a shutdown in 2021 due to pandemic panic. The Le Bourget show will showcase more than 2,400 exhibitors from 49 countries, and is expected to attract 140,000 trade visitors from 185 countries.
Weldaloy Specialty Forgings will be represented at the Paris Air Show by Fernando Lozano, VP of Sales and Supply Chain, Greg Spalding, Director of Business Development, Alejandra Canales, Raw and Materials and Sales, and Jonathan Meyer, Engineering Manager
Our team will be at the Weldaloy exhibit in the American Pavilion, Hall 3, Booth 3-FG177. Visit us to find out more about our specialty forgings of non-ferrous metals, as well as our concept to creation engineering, metallurgy and manufacturing capabilities. To book an appointment with us at the Paris Air Show, contact us here.
Weldaloy is an industry leader in forging high-performance specialty alloy-based materials and process solutions for critical applications in the aviation, defense, and space sectors.
Founded in 1946, U.S. based Weldaloy Specialty Forgings has evolved to become a pioneer in forging premium specialty alloys, including titanium, nickel, copper, and stainless steel. Our engineering and metallurgy team work with clients from around the world to devise the best solutions for critical aerospace applications.
Weldaloy Specialty Forgings also has established an independent materials laboratory, Weldaloy Metallurgical Laboratory. The ISO/IEC 17025-2017 accredited lab specializes in the analysis and testing of various ferrous and non-ferrous materials used in aerospace, space, nuclear, and heavy industry applications, among others.
The lab conducts release and validation testing, and also does primary research within industrially relevant areas to build stronger and more efficient forging processes, contribute to science and technology, and advance metallurgical understanding overall.
Paris Air Show Le Bourget is considered the most famous and oldest in the world. It takes place every two years at Le Bourget airport, near the French capital. The first international aviation exhibition opened in 1908 at the Grand Palais Palace as part of the Second Automobile Salon. A year later, there was a separate aviation-only exhibition.
Demonstration flights at the air show started in 1949 from Orly airfield. The air shows moved to Le Bourget in 1951. Over the subsequent years, the Paris Air Show became the showcase to unveil new technology and aircraft, including the Boeing 747, supersonic Concorde and Tu-144, and the Space Shuttle Enterprise.