- Statistical Bulletin of Civil Aviation Industry Development in 2019
- Statistical Bulletin of Civil Aviation Industry Development in 2018
Zou Tianjing and Lyu Erxue at a booth displaying civil aviation products.
On September 28, three years after it was last held, the 13th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition (hereafter referred to as “Airshow China”) opened in Zhuhai, and lasted until October 3. Zou Tianjing, Head of Group of Discipline Inspection of CCDI in Ministry of Transport and CAAC Deputy Administrator Lyu Erxue attended the opening ceremony. With the theme of “Pass on the Revolutionary Legacy to Build China into a Civil Aviation Powerhouse”, the main booth for civil aviation of China made its stunning debut at the heart of the Airshow.
Since its inception in 1996, Airshow China has become a professional, spectacular, high-caliber international event for trade in fields of aviation, aerospace and national defense. This year’s airshow welcomed 700 companies from nearly 40 countries and regions, including China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Russia, Canada and Brazil, either online or in person. And the number of pavilions has increased from 8 on the previous event to 11, with an indoor exhibition space of 100,000 square meters, an outdoor exhibition space of 360,000 square meters, and over 100 aircraft exhibited.