Contact regarding the Danish pavilion at Inter Airport China in Beijing:
Business Sector Manager Ms. Heidi Ravn Dansk Export Association / Danish Airport Group Directe line +45 87 20 45 65 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
China’s aviation industry is facing unprecedented opportunities for rapid growth and development. Beijing Capital International Airport is now the second busiest in the world. Organised in response to industry needs to gain access to this major market, inter airport China provides an unmissable opportunity for companies within all sectors serving the airport industry to grow their presence in China. Now in 10th year and 5th show cycle, inter airport China 2012 will provide companies serving the airport sector with an unparalleled opportunity to present their capabilities in this dynamic and flourishing market.
China is increasing its total number of airports from 175 to 230 over the next five years and will be investing approximately 390bn USD to purchase 3,710 new aircraft. The International Air Transport Association forecasts that Chinese international passengers will increase from 49.2million in 2009 to 82.1 million by 2014. This is a striking 66.87% increase.
China also plans to open its airspace below 4,000 meters to civilian aircraft. Already possessing the second largest economy in the world, China’s large involvement with the aviation industry means the country will eventually become the second largest market in the world for general aviation aircraft like helicopters and turboprop aircraft.