We are drawn to CATIC as a business destination because of its unique culture and environment where vigorous and devoted talents choose to pursue their highest calling: sharing Chinese aviation products and technology with the world.
It is this cause that CATIC is derived from, depended on, and devoted to. As the primary channel for introducing the Chinese aviation industry to the world, CATIC has emerged and expanded alongside the booming Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC).
Our devotion, sincerity, and open exchange of ideas with customers and partners, and our comfort with complex and varied perspectives, take our business organization far beyond being a mere import and export corporation. Serving the world as a passionate and innovative outstanding defense and aviation solutions provider is not only our development vision, but also our honor. Through our collective work and commitment, we renew CATIC every day. Loyalty, modesty, and high-efficiency have proved essential to the corporation in tackling the enormous challenges that lie ahead, which can be summed up in one simple word, ‘growth.’
CATIC will never quit its journey toward preeminence, leading CATIC to an even brighter future. The skies have no limit as CATIC flies ever higher.
Feedback on Report on Y8 Plane Crash in Myanmar on June 7

Feedback on Report on Y8 Plane Crash in Myanmar on June 7

09:30 AM, June 8, 2017

The Representative Office of China National Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation (CATIC) was told from the Myanmar Air Force that at 13:35 local time on June 7, 2017, en route to Yangon from Myeik, the Southern city of Myanmar, a Y8F200W (No.5820) had crashed at the sea. The passengers included the air crew, servicemen and their family members (with the juveniles). The rescue is still undergoing. Up to now, no exact numbers have been reported dead.


The No.5820 Y8 was delivered to the Myanmar Air Force by CATIC in March, 2016. Through the relevant channel, CATIC has expressed the deepest sympathy to the Myanmar Air Force and the most painful mourning to the family members of the victims. CATIC has been ready and will try our best to assist the Myanmar side to conduct all the work related to the accident investigation.

China National Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation


CATIC’s equipments make debut at Pakistan Day parade

On March 23, 2017, a grand Pakistan Day parade was celebrated in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. At the ceremony, the first appearance of the Combined Honor Guard of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) attracted the audiences. Far more excitedly, the CATIC’s exported F-7P/F-7PG, K-8P, Z-9EC and JF-17 made their public appearances These aircraft attracted the audience and were highly appraised while flying in the sky. 

Picture 1  The JF-17s cooperated by China and Pakistan make public appearance at the Pakistan Day parade

Picture 2  The K-8P trainers at the parade

Picture 3  The F-7 jet fighters exported by CATIC

Picture 4  The Z-9ECs helicopters 

The history of CATIC and Pakistan can date back to the 1980’s. Through more than 30 years of sincere cooperation, CATIC has delivered several hundreds of various aircraft, including trainers, transports, fighters, helicopters and UAVs to the Pakistan’s army, navy and air force. Furthermore, through the strengthening trust, the cooperation has turned from the aircraft sales and spare parts support to the establishment of aircraft and engine overhaul capability, aircraft R&D as well as cooperative production, which are playing a significant role in the Pakistan’s defense power and aviation industry.


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