Asian Aerospace 2011 to Take Place in March

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 2 February 2010

Asian Aerospace 2011 has decided to change its dates to 8-10 March. Organiser, Reed Exhibitions, has also said it will expand and reshape its business aviation content at the adjacent Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre.

In September 2009, Asian Aerospace attracted over 12,600 attendees 81% from Greater China, including Macau and Hong Kong; 5% from South East Asia and 14% from the rest of world. The show attracted 2,200 senior airline representatives (37% of total participants) and 100 senior industry speakers addressed the supporting conferences.

"Asian Aerospace is unique on the aviation calendar because it is a pure, independent commercial show. It is not aligned with any government and is a recognized b2b show with no flying display content, said Head of Global Sales, Aerospace Group Richard Thiele. This show is a brilliant foundation for commercial aviation businesses to take advantage of the massive growth that this region is set to enjoy and Hong Kong, with its easy access, vibrant hospitality and close proximity to China is the right venue for business to business networking.

Reed Exhibitions, which has been organising large scale events in Asia since 1971 in various sectors, continues with its strategy to expand its aerospace activities in the region. Asian Aerospace 2011 will feature the AA Congress, plus conferences on MRO and training and Air Freight.

 Exhibitors from 28 countries participated in 2009 and among the highlights was the international debut of Shanghai-based Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) new C919 airliner.

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