You know, Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport, Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, or even New York city JFK, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. One day soon, you could take your plane to Orly-Johnny-Hallyday. It is a proposal that will make them talk. In the context of the great national debate, the magazine Beaux Arts and the Heritage Foundation have launched an online call for ideas to the field of culture.
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On some 380 contributions posted to this day, the proposal on the rocker figure in the column “heritage”. For its authors, “it may seem grotesque but it is time to pay tribute to Johnny Hallyday”. “Where better than a national airport to remind the French, their love for Johnny. And who better to inspire the joy of travel?, they add. With Roissy-Charles de Gaulle (CDG), France paid homage to him who was able to bring together politically the French. With Orly and Johnny Hallyday (OJH), France will pay tribute to the one who continues to bring them together in the love of the music and of rock’n’roll.” Has the listen, Orly completing big jobs, it’s now or never to change the name.
“The plane, it is Johnny. Orly, it is Johnny. It is a just return of things and the opportunity to revive this airport a little bit off”
The initial comments to the proposal are very much divided. “The plane, it is Johnny. Orly, it is Johnny. It is a just return of things and the opportunity to revive this airport a little bit off”, packs a user. “If that’s humor, bravo! Otherwise, it is not appropriate. I must be able to list several hundred names of personalities who would deserve it more this honor,” replies another. “A big man for a small airport it is still the minimum that we can do in this time of Gillet and yellow of the great debates,” says a third. And in the first twenty votes cast, ten are in favour of the measure, and ten opposed.
In France, with the exception of rare cases, including the Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport and Saint-Exupéry in Lyon, the airports do not bear the name of figures. The results of this consultation will be presented to the president of the Republic and the minister of Culture, Franck Riester, April 15, 2019.
Johnny Hallyday on his arrival at Orly airport in October 1963 (INA, ORTF).
The report, which will also be made public on the site granddebatculture.fr will include the ten proposals, the most discussed and the most “supported”, as well as a list of proposals more innovative. “We’ll have no taboo on 5 and 10 march, jure Frédéric Jousset, the owner of B waters Arts magazine . After all, those who break do not.” It only remains to his fans – or critics – of Johnny Hallyday to mobilize.
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