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  Airshow China 2000
  The 3rd China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition
  Date: Nov. 6th¡ª¡ªNov. 12th, 2000
 

After two successful sessions, The 3rd China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China 2000) was held in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China, from Nov.6-12, 2000. With a 35% increase in indoor space, Airshow China 2000 received 400 exhibitors from 27 countries and regions taking a total of 12,436 square meters for indoor and 450,000 for outdoor exhibits, including 89 aircraft in static or fly display. In the meantime the show witnessed 51 press conferences, contract signing ceremonies, new product promotions, technical seminars and market forecasts, surpassing the total of the past two sessions, among them were 30 business contracts involving 70 aircraft with a turnover of 6.4 billion RMB. 16 military and government delegations, 30,000 trade visitors, as well as 270,000 public visitors attended the show, which also attracted 1,500 journalists and 220 media units from 23 countries and regions. Starting from this year¡¯s show, trade days and public days have been divided in order to create a better environment for exhibitors and trade visitors. The division was fairly awarded, with some remarkable business deals being made during the trade days, such as the contract between AVIC Xi¡¯an Aircraft Industry (Group) Company Ltd and Shenzhen Finance Leasing Ltd involving 60 MA-60s. During the 3 trade days, policy makers and industry insiders from at home and abroad exchanged in depth on a variety of topics, including a deep insight into China¡¯s civil aircraft manufacturing industry. China¡¯s potential regional aircraft market also became a highlight at the show, following press conferences on this topic hosted by Boeing, Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Bombardier and Dornier. The newly reshuffled Chinese aviation and aerospace industries displayed their latest products and technologies, such as the recovery capsule of China¡¯s first manned experimental sceship ¡°Shenzhou¡±, the newly-developed MA60 regional airliner, and the Long March II-F rocket. Some cutting-edge war birds, including the Su-30 MK the Ka-50, and missile weapons were also displayed. Additionally£¬the Chinese Air force ¡°August 1st¡±, the Russian Air force ¡°Knights¡±, and the British ¡°Golden Dreams¡± aerobatic team demonstrated thrilling performances for all spectators. As China¡¯s civil aviation market keeps growing, Airshow China has been playing a more and more important role in business cooperation and technical exchanges between Chinese and foreign aerospace industries.


 
 
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