23rd July 2007
Hong Kong will make aviation industry history when it hosts to what will be the world’s largest dedicated civil aerospace sector showcase.
Reed Exhibitions announced at the beginning of last year that its flagship aerospace industry event would move from Singapore, where it had been held for more than 20 years, to a new location at AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong, where it will be staged from 3-6 September.
Asian Aerospace International Expo and Congress 2007 will be a four day business-to-business event, featuring up to 500 participating companies from more than 20 countries, with 12 national pavilions.
“We are all set to stage this historic presentation of our flagship aerospace industry event as the world’s largest dedicated civil aerospace event, which has been shaped to suit the business demands of the entire Asian region,” says Reed Exhibitions’ vice president Asia, Annie Ma. “This region promises to be the focus of the entire global civil aerospace supply chain for the foreseeable future, and we are pleased to have made this pioneer move of Asian Aerospace International Expo and Congress to Asia’s World City in Hong Kong. We have embarked on a major regional and international business delegation and VIP visitor promotion programme, in collaboration with our official carrier, Cathay Pacific, and look forward to seeing all of our customers and contacts in Hong Kong this September.”