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Old November 11th, 2008, 07:46 AM   #1
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China's air show saw four bln dollars in deals: report
9 November 2008
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China's biennial air show saw 16 deals signed with a total value of four billion dollars and involving 102 aircraft, state media reported on Monday.

The seventh Airshow China closed on Sunday in the southern coastal city of Zhuhai with increased deal-making across the board despite the global financial crisis, the People's Daily said.

During the previous staging of the airshow in 2006, 15 deals were signed involving 98 aircraft valued at three billion dollars.

China's fledgling aerospace industry took a major leap forward at the six-day show this year when it announced its first sale of commercial aircraft to a US company.

Under the agreement, the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China will sell five of its domestically produced jets to the aircraft leasing arm of General Electric, which had an option to buy 20 more.

The total value of the deal will reach 732.4 million dollars, making it China's largest-ever aircraft deal for export, the People's Daily said.

About 600 civil and military manufacturers and parts suppliers including Boeing and Airbus attended the air show amid hopes China's growing aviation market could cushion the impact of the world financial crisis on the industry.

Airbus secured an order for 20 of its A320 aircraft from the aviation leasing arm of the Bank of China, one of the country's largest lenders. The deal is valued at 1.1 billion dollars.

The next air show will be held in November 2010 in Zhuhai, show organisers said in a statement on its website.
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China's air show saw four bln dollars in deals: report
9 November 2008
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China's biennial air show saw 16 deals signed with a total value of four billion dollars and involving 102 aircraft, state media reported on Monday.

The seventh Airshow China closed on Sunday in the southern coastal city of Zhuhai with increased deal-making across the board despite the global financial crisis, the People's Daily said.

During the previous staging of the airshow in 2006, 15 deals were signed involving 98 aircraft valued at three billion dollars.

China's fledgling aerospace industry took a major leap forward at the six-day show this year when it announced its first sale of commercial aircraft to a US company.

Under the agreement, the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China will sell five of its domestically produced jets to the aircraft leasing arm of General Electric, which had an option to buy 20 more.

The total value of the deal will reach 732.4 million dollars, making it China's largest-ever aircraft deal for export, the People's Daily said.

About 600 civil and military manufacturers and parts suppliers including Boeing and Airbus attended the air show amid hopes China's growing aviation market could cushion the impact of the world financial crisis on the industry.

Airbus secured an order for 20 of its A320 aircraft from the aviation leasing arm of the Bank of China, one of the country's largest lenders. The deal is valued at 1.1 billion dollars.

The next air show will be held in November 2010 in Zhuhai, show organisers said in a statement on its website.
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China's New Drones Raise Eyebrows
19 November 2010
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ZHUHAI, China—China is ramping up production of unmanned aerial vehicles in an apparent bid to catch up with the U.S. and Israel in developing technology that is considered the future of military aviation.

Western defense officials and experts were surprised to see more than 25 different Chinese models of the unmanned aircraft, known as UAVs, on display at this week's Zhuhai air show in this southern Chinese city. It was a record number for a country that unveiled its first concept UAVs at the same air show only four years ago, and put a handful on display at the last one in 2008.

The apparent progress in UAVs is a stark sign of China's ambition to upgrade its massive military as its global political and economic clout grows.

The U.S. and Israel are currently the world leaders in developing such pilotless drones, which have played a major role in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and which analysts say could one day replace the fighter jet.

This year's models in Zhuhai included several designed to fire missiles, and one powered by a jet engine, meaning it could—in theory—fly faster than the propeller-powered Predator and Reaper drones that the U.S. has used in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Exhibitors didn't give precise details of which Chinese drones were fully operational, although one confirmed that the People's Liberation Army, or PLA, had deployed at least two propeller-powered reconnaissance UAVs, which featured in last year's 60th National Day parade.

But the large number of UAVs on display illustrates clearly that China is investing considerable time and money to develop drone technology, and is actively promoting its products on the international market.

That has implications for China's external and domestic security, as well as for many other countries, including Iran, that have sought in vain to acquire drones either for military purposes or for police surveillance and antiterrorist operations.

It is of particular concern to the U.S. and Israel, whose drones are unrivalled in the world today, and could worry China's neighbors, many of which have territorial disputes with China in the East and South China seas.

China's apparent progress is likely to spur others, especially India and Japan, to accelerate their own UAV development or acquisition programs.

U.S. anxiety about China's UAVs were highlighted in a report released Wednesday by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, which was formed by Congress in 2000 to assess the national security implications of trade and economic relations with China.

"The PLA Air Force has deployed several types of unmanned aerial vehicles for both reconnaissance and combat purposes," the report said. "In addition, China is developing a variety of medium- and high-altitude long-endurance unmanned vehicles, which when deployed, will expand the PLA Air Force's 'options for long-range reconnaissance and strike,' " it said, citing an earlier Pentagon report.

Military and aviation experts said China's drones are still probably several years behind U.S. and Israeli models, noting that many countries have tried and failed to develop their own UAVs. But they also said that China is catching up fast in other areas of civil and military aviation technology, thanks in large part to technology transferred by foreign aerospace companies in Chinese joint ventures.

They suggested, too, that China had been helped by Israel, which sold China antiradar drones in the 1990s—to the fury of the Pentagon, which has since blocked the Israelis from providing upgrades.

The Chinese drone of greatest potential concern to the U.S. is the one with several missiles and a jet engine—called the WJ600—which was displayed by China Aerospace Science & Industry Corp., or Casic, one of China's top weapons makers.

Casic officials declined to comment, but a video and a two-dimensional display by the company showed Chinese forces using the WJ600 to help attack what appeared to be a U.S. aircraft carrier steaming toward an island off China's coast that many visitors assumed to be Taiwan.

Another company that displayed an attack drone, complete with air-to-ground missiles, was China Aerospace Science & Technology Corp., one of the main contractors in China's space program.

The company showing the most UAVs, with 10, was ASN Technology Group, which claims to control 90% of China's domestic market. ASN officials said two of those are already being used by the PLA but neither was designed to carry weapons.

However, their display also included a model of the largest UAV at the show, the ASN-229A Reconnaissance and Precise Attack UAV, which is designed to carry air-to ground missiles, and to use a satellite link to locate and attack targets over a radius of 2,000 kilometers.

Company officials said that and the other ASN models were all in production, but not yet all on the market, and most could be used for military operations as well as civilian ones such as monitoring electricity pylons and oil and gas pipelines.

One model under development was the ASN-211, which is about the size of a large duck and has flapping wings. It is designed primarily for carrying out reconnaissance behind enemy lines.

"I can't tell you which models we have sold overseas, as that's secret, but of course we're interested in exporting them," said one of the company officials. "That's why we're displaying them here."
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Old November 24th, 2010, 03:46 AM   #9
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Zhuhai air show doubles contracts to US$9.3b
24 November 2010
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The China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, better known as the Zhuhai Air Show, ended last week with flying colours - more than doubling the amount of contracts from the previous show.

The exhibition signed US$9.3 billion worth of contracts, compared with US$4 billion two years ago. Deals were boosted by sales of Chinese regional jets.

The rising number of contracts underpinned the importance of the biennial show as a platform for both mainland and foreign aerospace companies, said Zhou Liwei, a general manager of Zhuhai Air Show.

Some 254 aircraft orders were signed during the six-day show last week, including a letter of intent to buy 100 C919s, a Chinese-made 150-seater aircraft; 100 orders for the regional ARJ21 jet with a total consideration of 20 billion yuan (HK$23.35 billion); orders for five turboprop Modern Ark 600s and MA60s and one sea-land aircraft.

The US$9.3 billion contract value, however, excludes the orders for the C919s as the aircraft has yet to be priced.

Foreign corporate jet manufacturers picked up some orders during the show.

A Sino-foreign joint venture formed by Austrian-based Diamond Aircraft Industries in Shandong sold 43 DA40s, a four-seat light aircraft, while Montreal-based Bombardier signed a contract of five Challenger-300s with Shenzhen-based corporate jet company Donghai.

CFM International, a joint venture between General Electric and French company Snecma, secured four deals for engines and services with a total value of US$2.1 billion with Air China, China Eastern Airlines Corp and HNA Group.

The show also featured the largest single procurement contract for rockets on the mainland. China Great Wall Industry, the state-owned satellite and commercial rocket launch company, bought 21 Long March rockets and nine satellites from China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology for 16 billion yuan.

"It is a useful platform for marketing our products," said David Dixon, Bombardier's Asia-Pacific vice-president. "We have been present in the show since it started in 1996."

Bombardier has raised its forecast for corporate jets on the mainland to 600 aircraft in 10 years, against a forecast for 225 it made two years ago.

The dynamic yet competitive market was always a "battle" for manufacturers, Dixon said. "But what we can offer is a wide range of corporate jets that no one could compare, from Learjet, a six-seat business jet, to the Global Express, an ultra-long-range business jet," he said.
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Beijing's aviation dream still waiting for take-off
23 November 2010
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Along with China's emerging reputation as a leader in high-speed railways, last week's Zhuhai air show suggested the country may soon be making headlines on the production of commercial aircraft as well. Letters of intent to buy the C919, a narrow-bodied aircraft made by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, have been issued by six potential customers, four of which are mainland airlines and two are leasing companies. The extent to which the companies are committed to actually buying the aircraft is unclear, so it would be premature to see this as a new dawn in China's aviation history. But it does mark another significant step towards being a reputable producer of aircraft.

Details of the planes have yet to be finalised but they are expected to seat between 150 and 190 passengers and will compete with the Airbus A320. The first flights will not take place until 2014. The fact that companies are willing to express an interest in buying such planes before they even exist is, arguably, a sign of confidence in China's ability to produce reliable and quality aircraft.

China has already proven itself capable of mastering the most complex of technologies ranging from simple daily merchandise to space travel. There is no reason to doubt it can also become a leading innovator of planes. On the other hand, the jury is still out on whether China can become a successful player in the aviation industry. As has been witnessed in its parallel pursuit of becoming a leader in the high-speed rail industry, success in the area of high-tech transport relies on more than the ability to produce equipment. Airlines have complained of poor air traffic control over China's skies, while there have been an increasing number of reported "black flights" - unauthorised flights from private jets.

Meanwhile, it is still unclear how the country's plans to develop high-speed railways can be reconciled with its ambitious plans to construct airports around the nation. While Chinese planes may now be catching some global attention, the success of China's aviation industry remains to be seen.
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Airshow: China sells jetliners, may spur Eastern revival
Mon, Nov 12, 2012

ZHUHAI, China (Reuters) - China announced 50 new orders for its new Comac C919 passenger jet at the opening of the country's main air show on Tuesday and looked set to assist in the rebirth of one of the most famous names in aviation -- defunct U.S. carrier Eastern Air Lines.

The dozens of new orders for China's first large commercial passenger jet were seen dominating the first day of the China Airshow, held every two years in the southern city of Zhuhai, along with fresh evidence of China's military ambitions.

The latest orders for the 150-seat plane will boost the official total to 380, reaching the state-owned manufacturer's declared breakeven point of 300-400 orders. Western analysts however say it will be some time before the aircraft, due to make its maiden flight in 2014, proves its viability.

The C919 is designed to challenge Airbus and Boeing in the largest segment of the $100 billion annual jetliner market.

Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) said on Tuesday it would sign orders for 20 aircraft each with Joy Air and Hebei Aviation Group, confirming a Reuters report of buying interest from the two Chinese regional carriers.

Its only foreign customer GECAS, a unit of General Electric which co-produces the engines, will buy 10 more, taking its total order for the plane to 20, COMAC said in a statement.

Other potential C919 customers that have already signed tentative agreements also include Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair and British Airways, according to COMAC.

COMAC also confirmed it would sign a provisional agreement with investors representing Eastern Air Lines, which went bankrupt in 1991. There have been sporadic reports of efforts to relaunch the airline, whose forked logo was seen on display as a backdrop to the signing ceremony due later on Tuesday.

Once led by former World War I ace Eddie Rickenbacker and later by former Apollo astronaut Frank Borman, Miami-based Eastern Air Lines rose to become one of the largest airlines in the world before losing a battle against low-cost competition.

The air show -- attended by a record 650 exhibitors -- also featured prototypes of a new Chinese business aircraft and a model of a new stealth fighter China hopes to build for export.

Industry publication Aviation Week noted the model bore a "striking resemblance" to an aircraft recently photographed flying from the Shenyang Aircraft factory, which captured worldwide interest from military analysts and publications.
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