Beijing Airport: Slower traffic growth and airport charges ceiling to further weaken revenues in 09

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Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) forecast its revenue will take a hit again in 2009, partially due to slower traffic growth, particularly international passenger traffic, and the CAAC’s ceiling on airport charges, meaning Beijing Airport is unable to raise charges during 1H2009.

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