Today I’m leaving for Paris to cover the Paris Air Show 2019. We already feel the feverishness that sets in when yesterday invitations to press conferences and solicitations for interviews arrived at all 15 minutes in my mailbox.
The work will begin Sunday with an interview and a reception at the Canadian Ambassador’s residence in Paris.
(The indicated hours are those of Paris). Monday will be a particularly busy day with a meeting at Thales in the morning, then there will be a press conference of Mitsubishi at 14:30; at 3:30 pm, the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada will hold a press conference, followed by an interview at 4:30 pm with A220 Vice-President Florent Massou. The day will end with another reception.
Tuesday morning De Havilland Canada will hold a press conference. After this series of press conferences, I intend to stick with Quebec SMEs that will be present in large numbers again this year.
Note that scheduled press conferences in Le Bourget are not definitive and that everything can change at the last minute.I will do my best to cover as many events as possible.>>> Follow us on Facebook and Twitter