Bradley Perrett

Bradley
Perrett
Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Bradley Perrett, based in Beijing, covers China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. He is a Mandarin-speaking Australian who has lived in China since 2004.

 

Before joining Aviation Week in 2006 he was a macroeconomics, politics and aerospace journalist with Reuters. Perrett holds a bachelor’s degree in law from Macquarie University, Sydney.

 

Articles
Tianzhou 1 Finalizes Second Stage Of Chinese Manned Space Plan  1
Tianzhou is most like the Japanese HTV cargo craft used to supply the ISS. Tianzhous will burn up on reentry, unlike the similar-sized SpaceX Dragon.
Second Chinese Aircraft Carrier Floated Out Of Building Dock 
The ship, expected to be named after the province Shandong, is a near-sibling of the first Chinese carrier, Liaoning, which itself follows much the same design as the Russian ship Kuznetsov.
The first C919 prototype lifts its nose gear at the end of taxi testing.
Comac Authorized For C919 Flight
Comac has completed taxi testing of the first C919 narrowbody airliner prototype, and received authorization from Civil Aviation Administration of China to conduct the first flight.
Western Province Of Xinjiang Becomes Focus For China Southern 
China Southern plans for its Xinjiang passenger numbers to reach 18 million a year by the end of 2020 from the current 10 million.
Chinese Bizjet Buyers Worry Less About Politics 
Maybe the nervous billionaires of China are breathing a little easier. If so, they could soon be back in the market for business aircraft.
Embraer: Chinese Bizav To Benefit From Airport Projects 
Airport construction will relieve infrastructure constraints that are holding back the development of business aviation in China, Embraer said.
Bizav Operators BAA, Luxaviation Seek North American Partner 
Business Aviation Asia and Luxaviation are looking for a North American partner or investment target to complete a global service network.
Bizjet Buying Intentions Up In Asia-Pacific, Honeywell Finds 
Prospective demand for business aircraft is rising in the Asia-Pacific region generally and in China in particular, Honeywell has found.
Guernsey Licenses HNA Bizav Company 
A newly established unit in HNA Group’s business-aviation empire has received its air operator’s certificate from the civil aviation authority of Guernsey, a British dependency in the English Channel.
Australian Study Favors Shorter Warship Lives 
Keeping warships for only 20 years rather than the usual 30 may be an economical policy, Australian researchers have found.
Chinese Billionaires Again Warming Up To Business Jets  5
Consultancy Asian Sky Group expects Greater China business-jet fleet growth will bottom out this year, returning to modest growth in 2018.
New Airports Will Boost Bizav In China, Embraer Says
Construction of additional commercial airports will be most important, not the remarkable total of 500 general aviation fields that China also wants to build.
HNA Guernsey Business-Aviation Company Licensed 
A newly established unit in HNA Group’s business-aviation empire has received its air operator’s certificate from the civil aviation authority of Guernsey, a British dependency in the English Channel.
Deer Jet Aims At Setting Up International FBO Network 
HNA Group business-aviation company Deer Jet plans to build up an international network of fixed base operators, perhaps by buying established facilities as a first step.
Deer Jet Aims At Setting Up International FBO Network 
HNA Group business-aviation company Deer Jet plans to build up an international network of fixed base operators, perhaps by buying established facilities as a first step.
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