Global aviation giants have expressed confidence in the Chinese market during the 54th Paris Airshow, while pledging to bring their newest aircraft models to attend the 15th Airshow China.
The organizers of the 15th Airshow China have been actively carrying out recruitment and promotion work during the Paris Airshow, which was held from June 19 to 25.
Amid the Airshow China team's visit, multiple global aviation and relevant manufacturing giants including Airbus, Boeing and other enterprises have demonstrated their continued confidence in China's aviation market, noting that they will continue to be present at Airshow China and bring the latest models to the 15th exhibition, according to a statement by Airshow China organizers released on Sunday.
According to the statement, the 15th Airshow China is warmly welcomed, with exhibitors ordering over 2,000 square meters and over 1,000 square meters of booths at the show.
Following the resumption of global traveling post-pandemic, the 15th Airshow China will welcome participants from a wide range of countries such as the US, UK, Germany, Brazil and Singapore, and the event is expected to attract more global industrial players to participate in the Chinese aviation industry chain and supply chain.
The 15th Airshow China is expected to be held on November 12 to 17, 2024 in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province.
Global aviation giants have been exploring for a bigger market share in China. In April, Airbus signed the 160 commercial aircraft agreement with a Chinese partner, and it will open a second assembly line in Tianjin, further expanding its presence in one of the largest aviation markets in the world.
The 54th Paris Airshow attracted more than 2,400 exhibitors from 49 countries and regions and nearly 310,000 audiences, and showcasing 140 aircrafts.