About Airshow China 2021


Why exhibit at Airshow China 2021?

Within the next two decades, China is on track to become the world’s second largest aviation market.

The Chinese government is investing significant resources to develop manufacturing capability, build new infrastructure (50 new airports by 2020!) and train new pilots to keep pace with domestic and international demand for capacity.

As an endorsement of progress, quality and performance, the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) clearance for Chinese aircraft exports (November 2017) introduces new competition to the global air transport market, and heightens demand across the supply chain for the materials, components accessories and services China needs to produce, sell and maintain more planes. Airshow China (officially “China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition”) is the only international aerospace trade show endorsed by the Chinese central government (which means if there’s one show that buyers are going to go to, it’s probably this one). The biennial event presents a familiar air show format — exhibit halls, product demonstrations, trade talks, technological exchanges and a flying display — in a market that is growing by the minute. If you’re in the business of keeping planes flying safely, your business is bound to take off at Airshow China.

Why exhibit in the USA Partnership Pavilion?

China-built aircrafts rely heavily on American made products to comply with today’s demanding aerospace regulations. With FAA clearance of products manufactured in China, U.S. tier 1, 2 and 3 companies all gain an extra advantage as the most qualified and experienced partners to the Chinese aviation industry.

Kallman Worldwide’s decades of experience organizing the U.S. presence at aerospace shows around the world, including Airshow China (since 1996), builds on America’s advantage to help you stand out at the show. Our USA Partnership Pavilion is your on-site headquarters: a destination for buyers, a business hub for exhibitors and a forum for all to share ideas and insights.

The 2018 Pavilion boasted a robust U.S. trade program that featured a USA-China Briefing and VIP Reception with presentations by U.S. government officials and a stellar list of C-level executives from top Chinese airlines, aviation-related firms and associations.

Working hand-in-hand with the U.S. Embassy and Chinese aerospace associations, the upcoming edition of the USA Partnership Pavilion is poised to surpass even last year’s impressive program, with on- and off-site events and networking opportunities planned to bring Pavilion exhibitors together with aviation decision-makers from around the world. Explore our plans and programs below to learn more and sell more with Kallman at Airshow China 2021.

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