A Brief Introduction of Civil Aviation Management
¡¡Civil Aviation Management is the only comprehensive periodical
in China¡¯s civil aviation industry on economy and management at
the provincial level. As the monthly periodical for China Civil
Aviation Association, it is under the administration of CAAC and
is distributed both in China and abroad.
¡¡Since the first issue of Civil Aviation Management in 1986, it
has dedicated itself to providing services for enterprises in
China¡¯s civil aviation industry. At present, Civil Aviation Management
is the major media with the most readers and largest circulation
in the industry.
¡¡Civil Aviation Management covers 100% of governmental organizations
in CAAC; 100% airlines and their branches and holding companies;
95% of domestic airports (including some military airports); 95%
of organizations of air traffic control; 90% of companies, branch
companies and airport oil stations in the aviation oil system;
100% of aviation supplies system; 100% of aircraft maintenance
enterprises; 65% of passenger and cargo agencies; 45% of relevant
central and local governmental departments; 20% of China¡¯s Air
Force; 35% of aviation enterprises in Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan;
70% of offices of international aviation enterprises in China;
and 95% of academies and institutes of CAAC.
Civil Aviation Management¡¯s Reader Distribution:
¡ª¡ª Reader distribution (readers classified by official levels)
in the civil aviation industry£º100% of high-ranking policy-making
leaders (at ministerial level and above) of governmental bodies
and enterprises; 90% of departmental managers of governmental
bodies and enterprises; 80% of professional and technical personnel
of governmental organizations and enterprises;50% of administrative
personnel of governmental bodies and enterprises.
¡ª¡ª Reader distribution (readers classified by official titles)
in the civil aviation industry£º20% of leaders of high-ranking
policy-making levels;50% of leaders of mid-ranking management
levels;15% of professional and technical personnel; 10% of administrative
personnel; 5% of other personnel.
¡ª¡ª Reader distribution (readers classified by job units):15% of
personnel of governmental bodies; 75% of personnel of enterprises;
8% of personnel of colleges and institutes; 2% of personnel of
Brief Introduction of ¡°Air Transport Business¡±
Air Transport Business is a frontline periodical on air transport
in China¡¯s civil aviation industry. It is a comprehensive and
informative publication integrating air cargo transport, storage,
logistics, foreign trade£¬ and the Customs. Administered by CAAC,
the periodical is edited by Civil Aviation Management Editorial
Department. It contains 48 pages and is issued on the 10th, 20th,
and 30th of each month.
The aim of Air Transport Business is to provide information for
passenger and cargo agencies; airports; marketing departments
of airlines and enterprises; and their cargo companies, cargo
stations and agents; domestic and international cargo airlines;
logistics enterprises; tourism companies; enterprises of other
modes of transportation; aviation businesses in Hong Kong, Macao
and Taiwan; and offices of international aviation corporations
Air Transport Business readers cover decision-making leaders in
enterprises; management and marketing personnel.
Does your company want to enter this civil aviation market?
Does you company want to raise your reputation in this industry?
widely recognized media for advertisements
¡¡¡¡¡¡ ¡ª¡ª2003 China Civil Aviation Telephone Directory
I want my products to enter the civil aviation market!The telephone
directory covers the following sectors: CAAC organizations and
its enterprises; all CAAC regional and local administrations (including
airports and airport stations); air traffic management system;
all airline groups; local airlines; international airports; local
airports; aviation oil system; aviation supplies system; Civil
Aviation Information Group; aircraft maintenance companies; general
aviation companies; Civil Aviation Real Estate Co.; Civil Aviation
Express Co.; Civil Aviation airport Construction Co.; civil aviation
academies and institutes; China Air Force; passenger and cargo
forwarding agencies; aviation enterprises in Hong Kong, Macao,
The aim of my advertisements is to impress the decision-making
Nearly every person in the senior management in the civil aviation
industry will have a copy of the 2003 China Civil Aviation Telephone
Directory. These people include: top leaders of CAAC and CAAC
administrations; general managers of all airlines; leaders of
all air traffic management centers; senior executives of aviation
oil; aviation supplies; information companies; aircraft maintenance
companies; Civil Aviation Express; Airport Construction Corporations;
and management personnel at all departmental levels.
Send all insertion orders, materials and correspondence to: Mr.
Chu Cheng Ping/Liu Ruilin, No.3 Huajiadi East Road, Chaoyang District
, 100102, Beijing, P.R. China.