According to an interview with the U.S. National Business Aviation Association’s chief representative in Asia, flying in China is much easier than it was 15 years ago.
The 2013 Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition served as a reminder of how far China and the rest of Asia still have to go to reap the benefits of business aviation.
An accelerating trend toward international cooperation could give business aviation in China the lift it needs to finally get off the ground.
With demand rising, it's getting easier by the year for wealthy Chinese to purchase their own helicopters or business jets.
This year’s Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) will once again bring together parties who are hopeful that the business aviation market in this vast country will open up and boom.