The 8th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, to be launched on Nov. 16 in Zhuhai, China's mainland, will showcase about 70 aircraft of different models from all over the world, the event organizer announced here Tuesday.
The exhibition organizer Zhuhai Airshow Co. Ltd. held a press briefing in Hong Kong on Tuesday and introduced the details of the show, which has attracted about 600 exhibitors to join.
The show, with a floor space totaling 23,000 square meters, will feature about 70 aircraft, including both commercial and military ones, from 35 countries and regions, home and abroad.
The Air Force of People's Liberation Army will bring a series of aircraft displayed at the 60th National Day Parade to the show, including the August 1st Aerobatic Team newly equipped with J10 Fighters, and the Parachute Jumping Team.
The Legacy 650 of Embraer, Global Express XRS and Challenger 300 of Bombardier, G550 of Gulfstream, A380 of Airbus and BBJ of Boeing, to name a few, will also be on display.
During the week-long show, about 40 summit forums, press conferences, contract signing ceremonies and product briefings will be held.
The China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, which was first held in 1996, is an international aerospace trade show that takes place biennially in Zhuhai. It has become a gateway for technology exchange and cooperation between Chinese and overseas aerospace enterprises.