The rapid development of Chinese automotive industry has attracted the attention of all automotive industry giants from world over. China’s automotive market continues to be the biggest one and has become the prime focus of the automotive industry globally. Considering China as the world’s biggest automobile market, the Auto Shanghai 2011 tradeshow will be held from April 21-28, 2011, at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, with a brand new theme °Art of Innovation". The 14th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition is going to be the biggest one of its kind this year. Auto Shanghai 2011 is all set to become one of the most important automobile events in the world with 2,000 vehicle makers from 20 countries participating in the show. One of the major highlights of this leading automotive tradeshow will be that for the first time ever both the domestic and international carmakers will be exhibiting their latest brands and competing in the same exhibition hall. Shanghai, an important hub for finance and business, is well-connected by a number of international airlines from prominent cities around the world. Trade visitors planning to attend the expo should book air tickets soon and travel by coach class flight or business class flights to Shanghai to see the biggest ever gathering of global players in the automotive industry. Auto Shanghai 2011 will be attracting many luxury brands such as Porsche, Ferrari, Maserati, Aston-Martin, Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Spykers, Lorinser, Jaguar and Landrover. Besides, new car models will be launched by leading brands such as Volvo, Citroen, Peugeot, Renault, Fiat, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi Motors and Suzuki. Chinese carmakers such as BYD, Brilliance, JAC, Haima, Southeast, Lifan, Hafei, Zoety, Liuzhou Motor and Kinglong will also be launching their own new cars. US automotive giants GM, Ford and Chrysler will be making their presence felt at the tradeshow. Despite the recent earthquake and tsunami, even Japanese carmakers such as Toyota, Honda and Nissan have announced that they will be participating in the expo with usual zeal.
Whether it’s for a business trip or spending your vacations, Shanghai attracts a large number of travelers from around the world every year. Business travelers as well as tourists planning to visit Shanghai need to check out different travel websites to compare airline prices and get the best flight deals from the travel agents. Visitors who buy airline tickets
at low fares can opt to travel by coach class or business class to Shanghai
to attend Auto Shanghai 2011 as well as for sightseeing. Shanghai Pudong Airport, the major aviation hub of Shanghai and East Asia, handles several flights such as China Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Air China, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and many more. A prominent business-cum-tourist destination, Shanghai is known for its historical landmarks such as the Bund, the Pudong skyline and City God Temple, which are indeed worth visiting.