Paris Air Show: Aviation industry faces political turbulence

French President Emmanuel Macron has opened the Paris Air Show, where the biggest names in aviation are battling for domination of the skies.

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    French President Emmanuel Macron has opened the Paris Air Show, where the biggest names in aviation are battling for domination of the skies.

    Efforts to save fuel and accommodate more passengers on board has been driving the industry.

    But political turbulence is also causing serious problems for the aviation industry.

    Al Jazeera's David Chater reports from Le Bourget airport, north of the French capital.


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