Cathy Su (left), General Manager of ZHUHAI CEG, meets with He Dongfeng (center), President of COMAC and Feng Hui, Deputy Director of Military Equipment Technical Cooperation, the Equipment Development Department, CMC. on side lines of the 17th Beijing Aviation Expo.
The sales team of Airshow China 2018 wrapped up a promotion campaign at the 17th Beijing Aviation Expo., taking place September19 -22 in the National Conference Center, Beijing. The campaign is led by Cathy Su, General Manager of Zhuhai Convention & Exhibition Group Company Ltd., (ZHUHAI CEG), which owns Zhuhai Airshow Co., Ltd, the official organizer of China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China).
At the Beijing Expo Cathy and her team visited show managers from some of Airshow China’s premier international exhibitors, including Airbus, Pratt & Whitney, Parker Aerospace, Lufthansa, the Canadian Pavilion, who expressed firm commitment to Airshow China 2018, slated to take place Nov. 6-11, 2018. A dozen of newly established domestic aerospace companies also expressed interest in making debut at Airshow China.
According to Cathy, Airshow China 2018 is selling space much faster than previous sessions-about 80% has been sold out.
Cathy Su (right) meets with Chen Shaoyang (left), Vice General Manager of AECC on sidelines of the 17th Beijing Aviation Expo.
On sidelines of the show, Cathy visited top executives of Airshow China’s official sponsors and cosponsors, including COMAC (Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd.), the developer of the home made C919 passenger liner, and AECC (Aero Engine Corporation of China). Both companies pledged to make a bigger presence at the coming Airshow China 2018. She also met with senior officers from the Equipment Development Department, CMC, which is a key supporter of Airshow China.
Cathy Su (right) is in discussion with John Bruns (left), President of Boeing China, and Wang Yukui (center), VP of Boeing China’s Communications, on Boeing’s participation in Airshow China 2018.
The promotion team paid a visit to Boeing China’s Beijing headquarters and met with John Bruns, President of Boeing China, and Wang Yukui, VP of Boeing China’s Communications. Boeing confirmed its participation in Airshow China 2018 and both sides also discussed on cooperation in advertising and flying display at the coming show.
This year’s Beijing Aviation Expo, closing on September 22, attracted some 300 exhibitors from 14 countries.