China's biggest airshow 'will be held' in November, say backtracking organisers

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2020/09/09 | 277 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

China's biennial airshow will be held as scheduled in November, organisers insisted late Wednesday, backtracking on an earlier statement that said the coronavirus had laid low the big-ticket aviation event.

The show, scheduled to take place in the southern coastal city of Zhuhai from November 10, is set to feature major companies such as Boeing.

"As of now, the 13th China Zhuhai Airshow will still be held as scheduled," a media spokesman for the event said in an email to reporters, addi...(…)

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