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With the global economy recovery underway, the MRO business is expected to achieve pre-recession levels of activity by 2011. Asia, in particular, is poised for strong growth with China leading the way.

China has emerged as the big driver behind current and future growth in the aircraft MRO business, not just regionally, but globally. According to Frost & Sullivan, China, equalling Singapore has become the largest MRO market in Asia Pacific. MRO industry in China is projected to grow at 9-10% annually in the next 5 years, with total revenue reaching 70 billion USD in 2015.

In recent Years, the average annual air traffic growth rate reaches over 10.6%, with currently 1612 registered aircraft, and 3,500 units of aircraft engines (including spare),China has become the world second largest market, after the US, in terms of air traffic and passenger turnover.

It’s estimated that by 2015, the total aircraft fleet in China will own 2,890 civil transport aircrafts, with the total air traffic volume reaching 800-900 billion ton-km, which will be translating to a promising outlook for the China’s MRO industry.

Aircraft Maintenance China 2011 will be the predominant platform for top airline and government offi cials, maintenance and safety experts from China and around the global to share insight, best practices and practical experience.


The pre-eminent conference for China’s MRO industry focusing on the key issues in the aviation MRO in China.

Meeting China’s major airlines’ representative and examining their practical strategies for the demand of MRO.

Introduction of current policy and the standard of MRO in China.

Hearing the most relevant case study from the leading airlines’ MRO operators and share their vision of the future.Updating airlines’ recent effort on shaping a cost control and aviation material management of MRO

Getting inside information on the most innovative technology of MRO in China.
Understanding the difficulties in developing MRO manpower management in China.
Explore funding, cost and investment models for the MRO business.
Network with officers, peers and customers for future growth

Who should attend?


• Airlines (Heads of Engineering, Purchasing,Maintenance, Operations, Technology)
• OEMs
• Parts Distributors
• Ground Support Suppliers
• Third Party MRO Providers
• Component Overhaulers
• Aviation Consultants
• Aviation Leasing Companies
• Financial Management
• Regulators/Government Organizations
• Aviation IT/Software Companies
• VPs of Maintenance
• Airports
• Consultants/Financial

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