It is my great pleasure to join you all for the opening ceremony of the Asian Aerospace International Expo and Congress This is the third edition of the Expo and Congress. At the time of the first event inthe aviation industry was heading into stormy economic conditions.
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This is the first time such a major aviation event is held in Hong Kong. But I would like to think it comes as no surprise that Reed Exhibition, the world's largest event organiser, has chosen our city. Here in Hong Kong we live and breathe business.
Asian Aerospace AA is an international trade fair for the aerospace business. Currently based in Hong Kongit was held in Singapore since until disagreements between co-organisers Reed Exhibitions and Singapore Technologies in forced its relocation from Asian Aerospace was held at the old Paya Lebar Airport in Singapore when it was first hosted in
The Asian Aerospace show in Hong Kong is set to achieve significant growth in visitor numbers with organizers reporting that pre-registrations are more than percent up on the same period ahead of the inaugural show in As of this week, just over 2, trade visitors had registered for the September 7 to 10 event and Reed Exhibitions aims to draw more than 10, for the strictly business-to-business show, including 3, from China alone. One new feature of Asian Aerospace will be the Asian Business Aviation show that will form part of the wider event through a recent agreement between Reed and the Asian Business Aviation Association.
More than visitors had been attracted from aircraft manufacturing, Aviation Company, airport, aircraft lease etc. As the leader of international certification bodies as well as expert of aerospace industries, Bureau Veritas Certification took part in this event and conducted effective communication with exhibitors and visitors. On the first day of the Expo, many visitors came to our exhibition booth talked over with relevant businesses.
The Asian Aerospace International Expo and Congress has celebrated its 14th presentation with the move of its venue from Singapore to Hong Kong for the first time. Clive Richardson, senior vice president Asia of Reed Exhibitions which organize the four-day exhibition, said, "This historical presentation of our flagship aerospace industry event as the world's largest dedicated civil aerospace event has been shaped to suit the business demands of the entire Asian region. Both the Airbus and Boeing, both exhibitors at Asian Aerospace International Expo and Congresssee the Asia Pacific market for aircraft demand growing strongly over the next 20 years, making it the second most important region behind the North American market.
More than 11, trade delegates are registered, including 3, from China. Asian Aerospacetaking place in Hong Kong for the third time, is set to be the best ever, with a packed programme of informative conferences and busy exhibition hall, where exhibitors from 32 countries will be represented under one roof. At the Congress, business leaders from the world's aerospace, airline, airport, aircraft leasing and financial community will discuss China's increasing influence on the global air transport industry. The three-day event will look at critical issues facing civil aviation in the region such as growth and development, infrastructure, financing strategies, MRO, airspace optimization and new and emerging technologies.
From traditional, single main rotor helicopters to small, multirotor drones, rotorcraft provide a number of unique challenges regarding simulation - whether the focus of simulation is to support training, research, engineering, or something else. Helicopter operations, whether civilian or military, are diverse and for many operators no two flights are…. The two-day event will cover all aspects of aerospace activity, from general aviation and smaller regional aircraft, to larger commercial airliners.
Bearing the brunt of the global financial turbulence, the aviation industry has become the first to fall into continuous recession. Due to the continuous impact of the global economic crisis, the aviation industry will continue to suffer losses of approx. Given such a severe situation, the 15th Asian Aerospace will undoubtedly infuse great vitality into the aviation industry in recession. Preecha S.