Traditionally China has had a closed airspace policy, which has prevented the establishment and growth of a recreational aviation sector. Up until recently, the entire air space has been controlled by the military and the China commercial sector (China Air).
In 2010, it was announced by the Chinese government that China would open up its airspace below 1,000 meters in 2015, expanding the open skies to airspace below 3,000 meters by 2020.
This single announcement has created what many are calling a boom in the China aviation industry. Sports Aviation Flight College Australia Ltd (SAA) is a soon-to-be-built flight school located in Australia founded specifically to service this need for recreational flight training within the Chinese market.
With the opening of the China skies for recreational flying in 2015, there is a great opportunity to build on the strong relationship between China and Australia to benefit both countries and their local communities.
The immediate goal of SAA is to establish the first college in the Bega Valley NSW, the long-term vision is to open colleges using the same scalable model elsewhere in Australia and South East Asia as the demand grows.
For more information and investment opportunity, please go to www.sportsaviationaustralia.com
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