At the 46th Paris Air Show, taking place June 13-19, visitors get a glimpse of the futuristic "Neuron" aircraft. The unmanned combat vehicle is a project led by Dassault Aviation.
A side view of the Neuron unmanned aircraft.
Other unmanned combat vehicles at the air show draw the attention of military staff. The show, held every two years, is taking place at Le Bourget, an airport on the outskirts of Paris.
Members of the Solar Impulse project show off a scale model of their planned aircraft. Their goal: to fly around the world with the solar-powered vehicle. Left to right: Luiggino Torrigiani, director of marketing; Andre Borschberg, CEO; Bertrand Piccard, founder and president; and Brian Jones, head of the sustainable development program.
One of the stars of the show is the new superjumbo Airbus A380, which is designed to hold up to 800 people.
The cockpit of the A380, with pilot Jacques Rosay. The aircraft flew for the first time in April.
The A380's cabin, showing the engineer's desk.
Not all the designs at the show are new. This is a replica of one of the earliest aircraft, Albert Santos-Dumont's 14 bis model, which flew in 1906.