Zhuhai companies prepare impressive airshow exhibits
More than 30 Zhuhai enterprises will showcase cutting-edge aircraft engine maintenance service, aerospace electronics, unmanned systems, aeronautical materials, and radars during the Sept 28-Oct 3 China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China).
AG600 [Photo courtesy CAIGA]
Branches of aviation giants MTU Maintenance and Align Aerospace, locally developed Orbita Aerospace Science & Technology and Yunzhou-Tech, and up-and-coming enterprises like XJ Technology are among the exhibitors.
As for action, China Aviation Industry General Aircraft (CAIGA) South China (Jinwan District) will demonstrate for the first time in public the strong firefighting capability of its AG600, the world's largest amphibious aircraft.
Growing along with Airshow China, Zhuhai's aviation industry has accelerated with diversified business in agricultural drones, aviation new materials, engine maintenance, training, and experience.
Seven hundred enterprises from 40 countries and regions are taking part in this year's Airshow China and 104 aircraft will be displayed. Indoor exhibition area has been expanded to 100,000 sqm (25 acres) with three additional exhibition halls at the Zhuhai Airshow Center just west of Zhuhai (Jinwan) Airport in Jinwan District. The outdoor exhibition area now covers 360,000 sqm (89 acres).
The number of domestic private enterprises participating in this month's Airshow China has increased by 11 to 519, and more than 100 aircraft will be on display, it was announced at an Aug 31 press conference in Beijing.
Event arrangements, services, and emergency contingency and anti-epidemic plans for the 13th China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China) have been refined by the Zhuhai government.