CHINA WALL AS A BRIDGE FOR COOPERATION


Training Center “Aviator” participated in the 7th Civil Aerospace Congress 2016 held in Shanghai from May 11 to May 12, 2016 and organized by Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co.

This event gathered about 150 representatives from different commercial and industrial aviation enterprises, as well as universities and aviation authorities from all over the world. The speakers fo the CAC Congress 2016 talked on the state and development of the aviation branch, initiated exchange of opinions on best practices and acute issues, and discussion of crucial aspects among all participants aimed at developing a unified position.
The Congress was dedicated to the planned development of the Chinese aerospace branch up to 2025, and cooperation opportunities for the aviation enterprises from all over the world, as based on the latest statistics China is the largest economic entity. Beside this, the forecasts say that the number of wide-body aircraft operated in China will grow at a 5.2% yearly average rate within the next 20 years, and to 2032 the number of aircraft will reach about 9,497, which most certainly will provide new opportunities for civil and business aviation development in China.

It’s a comfort to realize that our Training Center was one of the few Russian companies (5% of all participating companies) that participated in this event.

We would like to extend our gratitude to the organizers for arranging the Congress at a high level, inviting the world leading aviation enterprises and discussing the acute issues, which will be certainly taken into account by our Training Center while working on the plan for development.