The global aerospace economy continued to grow steadily, reaching $383.5 billion in 2017, of which commercial space revenue accounted for more than 80%. China's commercial space has started late, and there is still much room for development compared with the world level. In terms of commercial spacecraft launch, China has only launched six times, and it has opened up with the United States (224 times) and Europe (57 times) larger gap. Driven by a sound policy, technological and market environment, China's commercial aerospace industry continues to develop, and many private commercial aerospace companies have gained capital recognition. The national commercial aerospace industry aerospace science and technology also won a $182 million Series A financing. China's commercial aerospace industry is developing well, but there are still widespread problems such as imperfect business closed-loop festivals, profit models and unclear industrial structures. In the future, China's commercial aerospace industry should focus on the development of the industry chain and foster the vertical capability of the end-to-end industry chain.