Commercial Aircraft Parts & Components

A Hot Tip about Aerospace in China

Last updated: 23 Feb 2011

China’s rapidly expanding aviation industry presents many opportunities for U.S. exporters, particularly in the market for aircraft parts. U.S. companies are well positioned to export high quality aircraft parts to meet the demand of China’s ever growing fleet of aircraft. Airlines, distributors, aircraft manufacturers and subassembly operations, as well as maintenance and repair companies, all represent viable market entry channels.

Why Enter China?s Aviation South China Industry? Snapshot: China?s rapidly expanding aviation industry presents many opportunities for U.S. exporters, Commercial Aircraft particularly in the market for aircraft parts. U.S. companies are well positioned to export high Parts and Components quality aircraft parts to meet the demand of China?s ever growing fleet of aircraft. Airlines, distributors, Upcoming Trade Shows: aircraft manufacturers and subassembly operations, as well as maintenance and repair companies, all Asian Aerospace represent viable market entry channels. Dates: March 8-10, 2011 Opportunities and Trends Venue: AsiaWorld Expo, Hong Kong ? China?s import market for aircraft parts and components is valued at more than $1 bi Website: http://www.asianaerospace.com llion and has quadrupled in size over the past 10 years. th The 9 China (Zhuhai) Airshow ? By 2025, China is expected to increase its fleet by Date: November 13 - 18, 2012 1500 commercial aircraft. Nearly three quarters of new purchases will include regional jets and Venue: Zhuhai Air Show Center, Zhuhai single-aisle aircraft, with the remainder including twin-aisle passenger aircraft for long-haul flights Tel: (+86)756-336-9235 and other larger aircraft to serve China?s Fax: (+86)756-337-6415 expanding cargo industry. Website: http://www.airshow.com.cn/en/index.html ? The Commercial Aircraft Company of China (COMAC), is solely responsible for the production E-mail: zhuhai@airshow.com.cn of commercial aircraft in China. COMAC produced the ARJ 21 (70-90 seats), a regional ?feeder? aircraft, and next plans to manufacture a jumbo aircraft, named the C919. The C919 is For More Information Contact: expected to provide numerous opportunities for U.S. parts and components suppliers. Lena Yang & Andrew Gately ? In the first five months of 2009, U.S. aircraft U.S. Commercial Service exports comprised 49.9% of China?s imported American Consulate General Guangzhou aircraft parts. Email: lena.yang@trade.gov ? Three of China?s major airlines are headquartered andrew.gately@trade.gov in South China. Phone: (86-20) 8667-4011 ext. 612 ? China Southern, China?s largest airline Fax: (86?20) 8666?6409 ? Hainan Airlines, China?s largest privately- owned airline ? Shenzhen Airlines, one of China?s most Click here to watch our Aircraft Parts Market profitable airlines Insight
Posted: 28 January 2011, last updated 23 February 2011

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