Air Medical & Rescue Congress China 2013


Helnews Asia Pacific is proud to partner with the second annual Air Medical and Rescue Congress China in 2013.

It is reported China needs to spend at least 30 billion yuan within the next 15 years to establish the world’s largest helicopter rescue system. This will be designed to serve China’s 1.3 billion people and will aim to set up at least 850 helicopter rescue bases with more than 2000 helicopters to cover its 9.6 million square kilometres.  In this area, the general aviation emergency rescue system will create new opportunities and discover the potential of the general aviation market.

China is launching the new helicopter emergency services industry from a very small fleet of around 1000 civilian general aviation aircraft of which only 130 are helicopters. This has seriously affected China’s general aviation industry and the development of the emergency air rescue system.

The second Air Medical and Rescue Congress will be held in Shanghai, China on 16 and 17 May 2013. The 2013 event will be dedicated to further discussions of the ongoing challenges and opportunities in the China air medical and rescue market. With the strong support of the Chinese government, this year’s Air Medical and Rescue Congress will be an opportunity to explore your business and strategies, while building strong networks in an international arena and in a developing market.

For more event details visit: www.cdmc.org.cn/amrcc

For participation and sponsorship please contact:

Air Medical and Rescue Congress China 2013

Mr Richard Ding

+86 21 6031 9408

richard@pyxisconsult.com

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