Eurocopter, the largest supplier to the Chinese civil helicopter market, expects the number of non-military rotorcraft in the country to more than triple by 2020. In a market where customers want quick deliveries of any general aviation aircraft, the company thinks it will secure an advantage by setting up a facility at Tianjin to complete helicopters sent from European factories. As China’s economy achieves the degree of development that justifies a surge in helicopters, Eurocopter sees ...

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