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China continues to invest in aviation infrastructure

17-Jun-2011

IATA Director General Giovanni Bisignani, at the IATA AGM this month, noted the rapid growth in China’s aviation market and praised China for continuously improving its aviation infrastructure. However he noted that existing airports in primary cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, remain inadequate to meet the growing demand. China needs to draw on foreign experience to improve its air transportation capacity and efficiency, he said. [2607 words]

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Subheadings:

  • China to invest USD230bn in civil aviation in 12th Five-Year Plan
  • China’s airports profitable in Apr-2011 and 1Q2011
  • Shenzhen Airport's T3 project gains approval 
  • Shanghai plans for fourth and fifth runway at Pudong
  • Xiamen Gaoqi Airport to construct new T4
  • Guangzhou to upgrade as international hub
  • Second Beijing Airport approved
  • Haikou Airport international terminal to commence operations by end of 2011
  • CAAC agrees to airport expansion in Harbin, Dalian, Tianjin and Qinhuangdao
  • Fasting growing traffic requires infrastructure expansion

Graphs and data:

  • Planned Developments of Airports in the Region
  • CAAC 12th five-year development plan
  • China airport financial results for three months ended 31-Mar-2011
  • Shenzhen, Shanghai, Xiamen and Guangzhou airports’ operating margin vs net margin: 1Q2011
  • Shenzhen Airport revenue, operating profit and net profit: 1Q2010 vs 1Q2011
  • Shanghai International Airport Company (Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao) revenue, operating profit and net profit: 1Q2010 vs 1Q2011
  • Xiamen Airport revenue, operating profit and net profit: 1Q2010 vs 1Q2011
  • Guangzhou Airport revenue, operating profit and net profit: 1Q2010 vs 1Q2011
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