The number of attendants in a day coming to AOPA China 2012 Fly-In was the highest in history. Although the concept of ‘private’ aviation was somewhat foreign to the masses, it finally took shape after the show.
At present, people are conscious that a private aircraft owner could be anyone- anyone who wants to fly.
Regardless of that day’s traffic jam, as soon as people started looking upward, a dream took over - the dream to fly.
And as every dream, it began to take a real form. AOPA China was proudly present at the moment where the idea of private aviation changed into “popular aviation”.
Remember those days when only millionaires could afford a car? And now we have constant news reports regarding the currently escalading number of existing vehicles. Now, imagine a sky filled with colored aircraft?
Although we can’t predict the future, we are able to use the car’s development historic experience and apply a similar one to private aircraft.
Now, in order to drive a car you need a license. Well, in order to fly a plane, you also need a license: license need= training institutions need.
2013 AOPA China International Training Exhibition is a training exhibition arising at a historical moment. After being granted CAAC’s support, AOPA China joined forces with China Civil Aviation Institute of Science and Technology to initiate the coordination of such event. This time, the grand assembly held in Shenzhen’s International Exhibition Center will collide with China’s ‘National Day’ or golden week (October 7-10).
Domestic and foreign industries will open their doors at the flight training exhibition and bring the flight simulation experience to everyone. Flight training rooms and specialized seminars will also be held for the promotion of flight training knowledge. Flight Training Schools and Institutions as well as aircraft manufacturers and other ten flight training related products and services providers will participate in this mega event.
Our next step: ‘Landing’ pilot’s licenses.