Paris Le Bourget Airport (ICAO: LFPB, IATA: LBG0) was once Paris' principal airport however it is now used only for general aviation, including business jet operations. It is also the host for the Paris Air Show. There are a number of FBO's that service this airport, offering refuelling, long term aircraft parking and maintenance as well as facilities for passengers and crew. Paris Le Bourget Airport's busiest day in 2018 was the 4th July with 263 movements.
Paris Le Bourget Airport is located around 11 km northeast of the city centre of Paris, around a 40 minute drive.
Top destinations for Paris Le Bourget Airport include flights across France, as well as to the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Spain. The Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, Cessna Citation Mustang and the Dassault Falcon 2000 are the most active private aircraft to utilise Paris Le Bourget Airport. Every year there are a combined 53500 movements, with just over 26000 departures and arrivals. It has around 1118 connections to other airports worldwide, with 166 across France, 505 in Europe and 447 outside Europe. The most popular connections at Paris Le Bourget are Geneva, Nice-Cote d'Azur, Farnborough, London Luton and Milan Linate.