Saturday, July 23, 2011

Osh Kosh PR: China Pavilion at Booth #256

www.ChinaCivilAviation.com
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 21, 2011 – The current social and economic situation in China has lead to the ideal conditions for the development of a General Aviation industry.

China currently has the fastest growing major economy in the world, with an average growth rate of 10% per year for the last two decades. In 2011, China has become the world’s top manufacturing country, surpassing the United States in manufacturing capacity. Also, in recent years, the Asia-Pacific region has become the world’s fastest growing aviation market, which was heavily fueled by China’s rapid development of their economy.

With steady economic growth, and a rapidly booming aviation industry, China seems to finally be putting their attention and focus on the development of their General Aviation Industry. Almost all of the development and growth of the aviation industry in China up till now, has been in the area of Commercial Aviation, but just recently, China has finally decided to open up low altitude air space to allow for the development of GA.

The current combination of economic growth and determination to develop a strong and healthy GA industry in China has lead to, for the first time ever, a China Pavilion booth at the 2011 EAA AirVenture, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The China Pavilion will be set up for those who are interested in finding out what is currently happening in China regarding GA and to meet and speak with the Chinese delegates who have come to the 2011 EAA AirVenture event to learn more regarding GA and to meet those who are interested in being a part of the GA industry while it is still in its infancy stage. We hope that anyone who is interested in learning more regarding aviation developments in China or interested in meeting with the Chinese delegates and becoming a part of the development of the GA industry, will come by and visit the China Pavilion, located in booth #256. Due to the busy nature of the event, please email EnlinChao@UniworldUSA.com if you would like to set up an appointment time for a more personalized meeting with the members of the China Pavilion and the Chinese Delegates.

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