At the Paris Air Show, it's all about where you're located. The biggest companies in the military and aviation business pay to have "chalets" located close to the flight line and the so-called "static displays" of airplanes on the tarmac at Le Bourget, the airfield that hosts the show. The chalets can be small and modest, or they can be large and extravagant. This is Boeing's chalet. Based on its location, a few down from the edge of the flight line, it's not quite as well-situated as that of Airbus, which is just adjacent to the flight line. Then again, Boeing is an American company, while Airbus is a European operation.