China Commercial Aircraft Summit 2010 (CCA 2010)

Venue: InterContinental Hotel Shanghai

Location: Shanghai, China

Event Date/Time: Mar 25, 2010 End Date/Time: Mar 26, 2010
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China has become the world's most dynamic market for commercial airplanes, forecasted to
require for 3,770 new commercial airplanes valued at $490 billion over the next 20 years. Big 4
aircraft manufacturers, Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier and Embraer, are all eying China closely as
the next strategic market for future growth. CCA 2010 will gather Big 4 together and unveil their
latest sourcing & procurement strategy and partnership program in China.
To compete with Boeing and Airbus and to reduce Chinas reliance on overseas manufacturers,
China has planned out its own ARJ regional jet program and C919 large commercial aircraft
program, parts and components will be sourced globally, emulating the model adopted by Airbus
and Boeing will make CCA 2010 attractive to international aerospace companies looking to win
orders for the programme.
China has pledged to develop its domestic aerospace industry in order to reduce reliance on
overseas suppliers. All facets of the process, from design and production to sourcing materials
and assembly will be done in China. The central government would consider accepting overseas
investment in its aerospace industry. CCA 2010 would be a superb opportunity for overseas
companies to present their strength, standing and commitment to China as a whole.
"Green" technology is now reshaping the landscape of global aerospace manufacturing industry.
CCA 2010 will also be featured with speeches and discussions regarding advanced composite
materials technology, next-generation engines R&D, supply chain management solutions which
will lead us to a new era of a energy-efficient and environmental friendly aircraft industry.
Amid the global slowdown, aircraft leasing is expanding rapidly in China and Asia as airliners
seeks to shore up balance sheets. A one-day pre-conference seminar regarding aircraft leasing
in China will be held, which aims to gather Chinese airliners, leasing companies, financing firms
and related Chinese regulatory officers together to share thoughts on the opportunities and
challenges of running aircraft leasing business in China.