Civil Aircraft Industry International Forum 2018

http://www.galleon.cc/caiif2018/index.html
Howard Johnson Zunyue Hotel Chengdu , chengdu, Sichuan, China

Event description

【Organizing Committee】

Hosted by:

Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Co-organized by:

Sichuan Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Organized by:

AVIC Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group)Co., Ltd.

AVIC Xi’an Aviation Brake Technology Co., Ltd.

AVIC Chengdu CAIC Electronics Co., Ltd.

Airbus China

Sonaca  

Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co., Ltd.

 

Organization Structure(Listed in the order of the surnames):

Honorary Chairman:

Ang WANG            Former Deputy Director of The Ministry of Aviation Industry

Gaozhuo LIU     Former President of Aviation Industry Corporation of China

                 Honorary President of Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics                                                                                   

Forum Chairman: 

Jianzhong SHI    Former President of Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Ltd.

                                                                                                                                            Vice President of Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics

President of Shanghai Society of Aeronautics

Ruguang GENG Former President of Aviation Industry Corporation of China

 

Headlines/Key words: Aircraft design, Manufacturing, Assembly, Airworthiness certification, Aircraft structure, Test solution, Software, Intelligent manufacturing...

 

Subject: 9th Civil Aircraft Industry International Forum 2018

 

Title: Development of China Aerospace Manufacturing

 

Source(URL): http://www.galleon.cc/caiif2018/index.html  

 

Abstract: As one of the national 13th Five Year Plan and “Made in China 2025” key development projects, the aerospace manufacturing industry has become a national strategic industry, which is of great significance for improving the overall industrial strength of a country. In the past year, the C919 aircraft has undergone the first flight to formally enter the airworthiness certification stage; the MA700 also entered Engineering in the development stage,; the ARJ21 will receive the license for mass production and be delivered to the operation; the Sino-Russian wide-body aircraft was Officially established and entered the preliminary design stage, AG600 project is also scheduled to fly within the year. The progress of these projects reflects the different needs of Chinese aircraft projects at different times.

In this context, the “9th Civil Aircraft Industry International Forum 2018” will be held in Chengdu China on September 12th and 13th (Wednesday to Thursday). This forum will strive to create a platform for communication, cooperation, and innovation. It will promote the exchange of aircraft design, manufacturing, assembly, airworthiness certification, and user needs among domestic and overseas, find opportunities for cooperation among enterprises, through forms of keynote speeches ,interactive discussions, exhibitions and one-on-one business meetings, to understand the technological development and market demand for cutting-edge development of commercial aerospace manufacturing industry, and jointly contribute to the progress of China's aerospace industry.

 

Event location

Howard Johnson Zunyue Hotel Chengdu No.528 Yingbin Ave, Jinniu District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, P.R.China chengdu Sichuan China

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