Paris-Le Bourget Airport:
Paris-Le Bourget Airport, often known as LBG (IATA) or LFPB (ICAO) was the very first airport built in Paris. It had been initially designed for military needs in 1914 and expanded to commercial operations in 1919. Ever since then it has dedicated 553 hectares of land exclusively on the General Aviation (GA) sector.
This leading business aviation airport contains three runways and parking areas designated particularly for business aircraft. Paris is not only you will find the Mona Lisa and the Eiffel Tower, in addition, it touts the standing of hosting the worldâs oldest and largest air show at Paris-Le Bourget Airport. The International Paris Air Show has taken devote Paris every 2 yrs for the past 53 years awarding it the title for being the busiest private jet airport in Europe, with well over 50,000 aircraft movements landed in 2013 alone.