ATC China 2004

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology

ISSN: 0002-2667

Article publication date: 1 October 2004

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(2004), "ATC China 2004", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 76 No. 5. https://doi.org/10.1108/aeat.2004.12776eab.011

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2004, Emerald Group Publishing Limited


ATC China 2004

ATC China 2004

Keywords: Air traffic control, China, Conferences

CMP Information recently announced an agreement with CEIEAC to run a dedicated air traffic control event for China and the Asia Pacific region. The event, to be known as ATC China, incorporates CMP's ATC Asia Pacific event and CEIEAC's China International Fair on Electronic Technology and Equipment of Air Traffic Control event.

ATC China will take place on 21-23 September at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center, Beijing, People's Republic of China. The event will combine CMP Information's global knowledge and expertise of the ATC market – CMP are the organisers of ATC Maastricht – with CEIEAC's local expertise and contacts within the Chinese ATC market.

The event is expected to attract 50 exhibitors and 2,500 attendees of which 80 per cent will be from China and 20 per cent from the Asia Pacific region and further afield. CMP Information have held the last three ATC Asia Pacific events in Singapore and CEIEAC held their three previous air traffic control fairs in Beijing.

Paula Milburn, Event Manager, CMP Information explains, “This agreement confirms our continued commitment to the Air Traffic Control market. ATC China will address the increasing importance that China and the Asia Pacific region play within the global air traffic control market. It is an exciting opportunity at a time when China is a rapidly growing market, committed to significant investment in ATC and it's civil aviation infrastructure”.

Milburn continued, “Partnering with CEIEAC, we have married together CMP Information's global market-sector knowledge and expertise with the local knowledge and representation that's required to take the event to the next level in its offerings and results for both visitors and exhibitors alike”.

Celia Guo, Director, CEIEAC comments, “We are delighted to work with CMP Information to deliver a show that is not only a key date for the Chinese air traffic control industry but also a must-attend event for the global industry in recognising the importance of China and the Asia Pacific region”.

CMP Information will continue to exclusively organise and run the ATC Maastricht exhibition in The Netherlands. For more information, please visit the Web site: www.atcevents.co.uk