CIGAC 2017

CIGAC 2017 - the 5th China International General Aviation Convention is determined to be held at Xi'an, China, from August 24 to 27, 2017.

China International General Aviation Convention (CIGAC), Sanctioned by Chinese State Council in 2009, is so far the largest general aviation event of its kind in China and Xi'an is appointed as the permanent host. 

The purpose of the exhibition is to provide insights and perspectives regarding the newly emerging Chinese general aviation market, to discuss our ambitions for general aviation, to strive together in this great project, and to seek our common development.

CIGAC 2017 will feature:
Flight performance and static display of general aviation aircrafts;
— Exhibition of aviation equipment including aviation materials, avionics, GA operation, flight training, etc;
—Conferences on general aviation (GA) including the subjects: GA equipment manufacture, GA flight training, GA industrial parks, GA airports, etc;
— Presentation of investment, promotion and commercial networking opportunities;
— Signing ceremonies for major investment projects which have been finalized;
— Press conferences for dissemination of new products.

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If you are interested in this grand event, please put it on your schedule. We look forward to hearing from you soon and seeing you at CIGAC 2017. ‍

Jenny Hsiu
CIGAC Executive Committee
+86 (29) 180-9205-2906

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