Aviation Expo China 2019/ MRO & Aircraft Conversion 2019

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Exhibits Profile

 EXHIBITS PROFILE  

Aircrafts (CIVIL, GA and UAV)  

3D Printing Technology/Additive Materials Manufacturing

Commercial Space System

Aero Engines & Engine Parts       

Air-WIFI System

Flight Training 

ATC & Navigation System

MRO and Conversion Technology

Aircraft Interiors 

Avionics & Airborne Systems  

Precision Manufacturing Equipment and Technology

Aviation Inspection & Testing Equipment 

Air-Rescue Equipment 


 HIGHLIGHT Zone  

Aircraft Interiors Zone (AIZ)

By the end of 2017, the number of domestic fleets in operation reached 3,261; 545 were from China Southern Airlines, 487 from China Eastern Airlines, and 387 from Air China. The Boeing 737 series and the A320 series narrow-body aircraft accounted for over 80 percent of the fleet. In 2017, domestic airlines introduced a total of 424 aircraft, including 17 cargo planes. Among them, 54 were from China Eastern airlines, 50 from China Southern Airlines, 37 from Hainan Airlines, and 32 from Air China. At the end of 2017, the number of domestic wide-body jets within the Chinese aircraft fleet reached 353, of which the Airbus 330 family accounted for more than 60 percent. Thirteen airlines are now operating wide-body jets; top-ranking Air China has 109. Due to the rapid expansion of the Chinese airline fleet, the aircraft interiors industry is ushering in a new peak of development. Accordingly, Aircraft Interiors Zone will make its debut at Aviation Expo/China 2019.


 Helicopter Service Solution Zone (HSSZ) 

In August 2017, the quantity of civil helicopters in the United States reached 14,065, ranking of the world’s top, while the number of existing helicopters in China is less than 1,000. With the gradual implementation of the low altitude open policy, China's general aviation market, including helicopters will usher in tremendous business opportunity for development. With the continuously increasing customer demands, aircraft sales are no longer simply selling planes, but a supplier and a service provider with systematized service program including the provision of aircraft materials, maintenance, training, leasing, used-aircrafts handling. In response to the characteristics of China’s general aviation market development and enterprise demands, Helicopter Service Solution Zone (HSSZ) will make its debut in the 18th Aviation Expo/China 2019. HSSZ is a helicopter service solution exhibition area dedicated to providing business networking opportunities for helicopter manufacturers, related services supporting enterprises and potential users to display, exchange, cooperation in this exclusive trading platform.


 MRO and Aircraft Conversion EXPO 

Between 2007 and 2027, the world is projected to add over 29,400 new aircraft, with Asia, North America, and Europe accounting for 31, 30, and 23% respectively, and the average growth rate of the world’s MRO industry will be 3.2% over the next 10 years. Regionally, the MRO growth rates in China, India, and the Middle East are well above the world average, reaching 9.1, 10.7, and 7.6% respectively, while growth is 1.9 percent in Western Europe, 0.8 percent in the United States, and 2.3% in Africa. Within the industry, aircraft modification accounts for 7.2 percent of this growth, engines for 4.0%, component repair for 3.1%, airlines for 1.5 percent, and aircraft MRO for 1.2%. An in-depth analysis of these data indicate that labor-intensive products will continue to shift to Asia while capital-intensive products become increasingly saturated in Europe. China's aviation maintenance and repair industry will enter a new era of development.


Aviation Expo China

Aviation Expo/China, the only aviation exhibition to be held in Beijing since 1984, has been a part of the 32-year development of China's aviation industry. This biennial event is currently one of the most influential and prestigious in the industry. 

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